What OS port should be next?

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skyphyr
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What OS port should be next?

Postby skyphyr » Thu Nov 17, 2005 6:38 am

+1 Gentoo
Also registered just to vote - have been following Zimbra with interest for a while.


jfanctil
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What OS port should be next?

Postby jfanctil » Thu Nov 17, 2005 1:09 pm

Great great product. Unfortunately, we only have Solaris servers. I really hope Zimbra will be available for Solaris/Unix very soon.
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What OS port should be next?

Postby riegersteve » Thu Nov 17, 2005 9:54 pm

[quote user="maximum"]

i can confirm that is thru. OSX I/O is very Slow compared with Linux I/O

and that's mean that mysql is very slow under osx.[/QUOTE]


i am currently runninc mysql db's (about 140) in sizes that range from 20 gigs to almost 1 tb, we used to have it on generic linux and moved to mac os x (10.4) we saw an increase of almost 13%. but then it depends on how large your HD's are as that affects the io.
also am not gonna turn this into a "what os is better forum"
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What OS port should be next?

Postby riegersteve » Thu Nov 17, 2005 9:55 pm

[quote]FreeBSD +1. I'd settle for a hosted service if it was available![/QUOTE]


the problem i forsee with fbsd, is java. which means that you will most likely need linux binaries.
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What OS port should be next?

Postby riegersteve » Thu Nov 17, 2005 9:56 pm

[quote user="14319KevinH"]OS X is coming soon. In fact we've already got an xserve and several powerbooks running Zimbra in house. Same simple install that those who've tried our Red Hat/Fedora version have already seen.[/QUOTE]


where can one download the pkg for mac os x.
also will the mac pkg replace the existing postfix or utilize it.
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What OS port should be next?

Postby 14319KevinH » Thu Nov 17, 2005 10:24 pm

[quote user="riegersteve"]where can one download the pkg for mac os x.
also will the mac pkg replace the existing postfix or utilize it.[/QUOTE]
We will post it here when it's ready. It will ship with it's own version of everything just like Linux. This makes all our config/pkg'ing simple to start with. Some point the source download will allow you to integrate with your current postfix, openlodap, etc.
zend
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What OS port should be next?

Postby zend » Fri Nov 18, 2005 11:00 am

I would like to see a Gentoo Linux port.
sakoch
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What OS port should be next?

Postby sakoch » Fri Nov 18, 2005 1:26 pm

add another vote for Gentoo ... want to trial on my gentoo system before going to Suse. (Putting a vote in for Suse SLES9 too.)
his2use
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What OS port should be next?

Postby his2use » Fri Nov 18, 2005 11:05 pm

And I just installed Firefox on my old g3 laptop to use the webmail, works pretty good.

I would like to see it work on Safari though.
I just got the server running on FC4. The forum really helped out, thanks.
Hey, how about some keyboard shortcuts for webmail?
Thanks again,

Pete
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What OS port should be next?

Postby onkelfusspilz » Sun Nov 20, 2005 9:42 am

Please support Gentoo!

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