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    Default Installing Zimbra NE on CentOS 4.4

    Does anyone know if the CentOS 4.4 ServerCD disc has everything on it that Zimbra NE needs to run?

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    I run the 4.5 Server disc in VMWare.
    You will probably need the normal dependencies, but it works.

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    Default Not sure i explained that quite right

    So CentOS has version 4.4 available on 4 isos or one ServerCD iso with less fluff. I'm wondering if I can run Zimbra 4.5 on CentOS using just their ServerCD for the install or if I have to install the full 4 iso version of CentOS.

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    You should be able to just install the 1 CD.
    We have just a couple of deps, but most of the stuff is included with Zimbra, such as Mysql.

    You'll likely need to run YUM, bit it should be good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freefall View Post
    So CentOS has version 4.4 available on 4 isos or one ServerCD iso with less fluff. I'm wondering if I can run Zimbra 4.5 on CentOS using just their ServerCD for the install or if I have to install the full 4 iso version of CentOS.
    As mentioned already you should be ok installing from just the ServerCD but you will require the dependencies to be installed (via yum). This is how I had my original installation on CentOS 4.4 and there were a few items I needed (like all the compat packages) but other then that, Zimbra installed and ran off the ServerCD installation.

    Currently I'm running 4.5 on CentOS 5 so I can't give you the exact required packages but your yum repo's will have what you need and Zimbra will tell you what dependencies the installation fails on as well ;-)

    Regards,

    Lonny

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