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    Scott is offline Zimbra Employee
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    Default MPL vs. CDDL

    We did indeed look at the CDDL and quite liked the license. However, one of our criteria was that the license we used should have broad adoption across multiple communities. By that reckoning, the best bets were GPL, Apache, and Mozilla. (We got the feedback that the CDDL is still preceived to be somewhat Sun centric, since Sun is the primary user of the license, even though there are no Sun-specific terms. Our hope is the CDDL does achieve that critical mass of adopters, because it is a good license) Regarding the choice among the big three (all of which we liked), Apache didn't require that downstream value-adders return their contributions to the community and GPL was less ideally suited to projects like Zimbra that incorporate open source technologies licensed on terms other than those of the GPL/LGPL (e.g., although the good news is that one of the goals for GPL 3.0 is compatibility with Apache). My $.02. Cheers, Scott

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    Smile Finally got Zimbra working on Debian

    Hi All,

    Myself and a friend managed to get Zimbra working on a Debian etch/sid distro by building rpms and then converting to debs. We managed to document the steps and incorporate some of the changes to the install.sh script.

    We took the easy way out without recompiling the packages or using native debs so this could break some other native apps. Use at your own risk! We also tested this witout the SpamAssasin/ClamAV pieces by saying N to that question.

    Inststructions are in the attachment.
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    Default Ppc ?

    Quote Originally Posted by babytux

    Inststructions are in the attachment.
    I will try it tomorrow. Do you thing that it can works on Sarge?

    Another question.... can Zimbra works on a PPC server?

    best,
    MaX

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    Quote Originally Posted by maximum
    I will try it tomorrow. Do you thing that it can works on Sarge?

    Another question.... can Zimbra works on a PPC server?

    best,
    MaX
    Most probably it should work on Sarge since it was released about the same time FC3 was around. This wont work with PPC because even though we compile debs to the native platform it still depends on ThirdParty precompiled apps.

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    FYI we've now got a developer build of Debian:

    http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...kage_id=172045
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

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