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    Smile I have Centos 6.4 in a i386 OS. Which version of Open Source Edition download?

    I have a i386 computer and Centos 6.4 installed. Which version of Open Source Edition should I download?
    I tried to install this package
    zcs-8.0.4_GA_5737.RHEL6_64.20130524120036

    This is the ending part of the output:
    ---------------------------------------------------------------

    Checking for prerequisites...
    FOUND: NPTL
    FOUND: sudo-1.8.6p3-7
    FOUND: libidn-1.18-2
    FOUND: gmp-4.3.1-7
    FOUND: /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6

    Checking for suggested prerequisites...
    FOUND: sysstat
    FOUND: sqlite
    Prerequisite check complete.

    Checking for installable packages

    Found zimbra-core
    Error: attempting to install x86_64 packages on a i386 OS.
    Exiting...

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    With ZCS8 only 64bit OS's are supported. You should really install CentOS x86_64 then install ZCS 8.0.5 open source edition (which was released a few weeks ago, see Open Source Edition Downloads: Enterprise Messaging and Collaboration Software by Zimbra).

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    Phil,
    thanks for your attention.

    My computer is a i386 (32-bits processor) so Is it permissive to install a CentOS x86_64 distro in this computer?

    If it is so, this message won´t be prompted again by ZCS8 setup?
    Found zimbra-core
    Error: attempting to install x86_64 packages on a i386 OS.

    linux7257

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    Quote Originally Posted by linux7257 View Post
    My computer is a i386 (32-bits processor) so Is it permissive to install a CentOS x86_64 distro in this computer?
    You can't install Zimbra on your current hardware, you'll need a new 64bit server.
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    Bill,
    thanks for your indication.
    I just have 2 computers and they´re both i386 (32bit x86): one with Centos 6.4 OS. The other one with Windows 7 OS.
    So I am tied.

    But let me ask: May I use this ZCS 7.2.3 release? The rest of releases are DEPRECATED for 32bit x86.
    If I´d install RHEL 5 (32-bit), there´s no compatibilty with Centos 6.4 skeleton?

    7.2.3 GA Release Product Management Portal | Release Notes
    Platform Download 64-bit Download 32-bit
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    Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 64bit x86 (MD5)
    Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 64bit x86 (MD5) 32bit x86 (MD5)

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    You can use the ZCS 7.2.3 32 bit but when it reaches end-of-life and is no longer supported you'll have to upgrade to new hardware. It will run fine on CentOS6, I've always used CentOS to run ZCS and it's neve ben a problem - it was just never a supported platform. You'll need to run the installer with the "--platform-override" argument and you'll get a warning that's it's not supported but you can continue the install without problems (assuming you've got the prerequisites installed and correct DNS A & MX records if you're behind a NAT router and the correct /etc/hosts & resolv.conf files).
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    If you're going 7.x route, you might as well use 7.2.5 (latest) instead of 7.2.3. They're both deprecated even though in the archive the 7.2.3 distribution was missing the 'deprecated' tag.

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