I'm migrating our current zcs GA7.1.1 from it's original Ubuntu 8.02 32-bit server to a newer machine.
All the docs for migrating require that you have a matching version of zcs on both machines
Accordingly, I have the new machine configured with Ubuntu 12.04 64-bit, and when I try to install zcs GA7.1.1 (64-bit), which is for Ubuntu 10, using the --platform-override flag, it fails:
Do I have to have a matching OS Version as well to start the migration?Installing packages
zimbra-core_7.1.1_GA_3196.UBUNTU10_64_amd64.deb installation failed
That would mean installing Ubuntu 8 64-bit on the machine, in order to install zcs GA7.1.1 64-bit, and then having to upgrade the OS version incrementally, while also upgrading the zcs version incrementally.
Or is there another way that I haven't yet found Googling and searching the forums/Wiki?
So far all I've found is an older reference regarding how dpkg had it's naming conventions changed and made stricter:
[SOLVED] Zimbra Collaboration Suite on Ubuntu 10.10
I am aware that this zcs package is for Ubuntu 10, as the .deb. filename indicates, and I can see that the installer identifies the installed OS as "UNBUNTUUNKNOWN64" - but obviously there never was a GA7.1.1 package created for Ubuntu 12 since it didn't exist at the time.
Any help greatly appreciated.