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    Hi

    What are plans for FC6 version?

    The XEN environment is so much better than in earlier versions. It would be nice to have version of Zimbra for FC6.

    -- Timo

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    Quote Originally Posted by meikka View Post
    Hi

    What are plans for FC6 version?

    The XEN environment is so much better than in earlier versions. It would be nice to have version of Zimbra for FC6.

    -- Timo
    Here here! However I think RHEL 5 will be the better supported, due to its Enterprise status. Although its 64 bit and FC5 - I am adjusting this for a test install on FC 6 and good ol' x86. I will let you know how it goes - I will possibly even submit a wiki article - if I can fine tune it so mistakes are harder to make :-)
    Last edited by ContemporaryFusion; 12-10-2006 at 02:45 AM. Reason: Spelling mistake in URL

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    For the 4.5 RC1, just install it as normal (IE ./install.sh when in correct directory as root)

    Just ensure requiretty isn't enabled in your visudo file - it took me ages to find that one!

    *** Edit ***
    Please note I just used the prebuilt binaries, and did not use the out of date wiki info.
    Last edited by ContemporaryFusion; 12-17-2006 at 09:19 AM. Reason: forgot something and did not wish to make it a separate post

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