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    Hi,

    does the Network Edition (4.0) run on SuSE Linux 9.3? The documentation says that it needs Suse Enterprise Linux 9. Does it really need the Enterprise Linux?

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    Yes, it will run on several flavours but the supported platforms are the ones in the documentation.
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    Additionnal info I got a couple of days ago : Zimbra is not (yet ?) supported in a VMWare instance (even ESX with RHES).

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    what sort of an answer is that?

    goetzi, it's worth a go. certainly sles10 is based on suse 10(.1), i think sles9 was based on suse 9 but deviated quite substantially from it. might work! both sles9 and sles10 are free to download however. sled10 is a fantastic desktop os and is very (very) similar to suse10.1 and sles10 so is likely to work with the suse10 release. the zimbra suse10 release i think is for the free recently renamed opensuse10 which you can get from www.opensuse.org.

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    The answer is very clear.

    You can setup Zimbra (both Open Source and Network Edition) on quite a large number of distributions.

    As of version 4.0 RC1 (look at the date of this post), if you want to have support (for your Network Edition), you can only use :
    • Red Hat Entreprise Linux ES version 4 (32 or 64 bits)
    • Red Hat Entreprise Linux AS version 4 (32 or 64 bit)
    • Mac OS® X 10.4.7
    • SUSE ES 9 (32-bit)

    And no VMWare (nor Xen I guess).

    More information is available in the system requirement PDF.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dijichi2
    what sort of an answer is that?
    It's the correct answer, if you want support from Zimbra you have to use a recommended and supported platform.
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    That's not what he asked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dijichi2
    That's not what he asked.
    I gave the answer to the original poster earlier.. As you are well aware I was answering your question and not the original question.

    It's not worth 'a go' installing the NE version of Zimbra on anything but the supported platform.
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