View Poll Results: What OS port should be next?

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  • FreeBSD

    92 15.65%
  • Mandriva

    15 2.55%
  • Ubuntu

    124 21.09%
  • Debian

    109 18.54%
  • Gentoo

    86 14.63%
  • Slackware

    17 2.89%
  • Solaris

    108 18.37%
  • NetBSD

    2 0.34%
  • OpenBSD

    8 1.36%
  • Other (Post a comment below)

    27 4.59%
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  1. #101
    sf_basilix is offline Intermediate Member
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    Default Solaris Port

    Hello dijichi2, if you're still out there. Have you been successful yet with the Solaris port? Do you need any assistance? Just anxious to get it up and running here...

    Thanks!
    SF

  2. #102
    dijichi2 is offline OpenSource Builder & Moderator
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    hi

    the solaris port is largely complete, I'm waiting for 5.0b2 tarball to drop next week then I'll release against that. Will take a week or two after it's released as I have to start from scratch with all the changes.

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    Default Unify RHEL4, FC5, FC6, CentOS (one for i386, one for x64)

    Quote Originally Posted by KevinH View Post
    Well it's been some time since our last poll, so we decided to close that poll and publish a new one with all the *other* options folks mentioned in the comments now added to the poll.
    The differences regarding Zimbra for the Red Hat linage are so small that I suggest to integrate them all in a single release. I have been using Zimbra NE for RHEL4 x64 on FC6 (see the wiki), and on CentOS, and Zimbra OS with FC5, RHEL4, FC6 and CentOS. In each case the changes are minor and can be automated in the RPMs and the installation script, plus a list of "pre-requisites" with the yum/up2date updates.

    I didn't tested FC7 yet, that's for the future, but in any case, unifying FC5, RHEL4, FC6 and CentOS4 should simplify your release work.

    Carlos

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    Default Re: Solaris Port

    Quote Originally Posted by dijichi2 View Post
    hi

    the solaris port is largely complete, I'm waiting for 5.0b2 tarball to drop next week then I'll release against that. Will take a week or two after it's released as I have to start from scratch with all the changes.

    It appears that a new tarball has been released on June 27 2007 : version 4.5.6 -- not 5.0b2. I'm not a Zimbra user yet and have not been following their dev builds. Are you waiting for a beta to be released?

    I am really looking forward to installing Zimbra on Solaris. Thanks for taking the time to make this work. I hope that Zimbra will take your work and make all future releases available on Solaris.


    Thanks,
    Ryan

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    Arrow Suse ES10sp1 64 bit !

    It would be great to have Zimbra install for SuSE ES 10 (64 bit)

    Thanks !

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    It appears that a new tarball has been released on June 27 2007 : version 4.5.6 -- not 5.0b2. I'm not a Zimbra user yet and have not been following their dev builds. Are you waiting for a beta to be released?
    Yes waiting for new beta of 5.0, there's no point doing 4.x tree. Hopefully due any day now

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    Default beta 5 release date?

    Hello again all,

    Just frequently checking in to hear about any updates. Would any of the zimbra folks be able to share the roadmap of when the 5.0 beta 2 tarball will be released?

    Thanks!

  8. #108
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    Theres a roadmap here:

    Zimbra Product Portal

    But they missed the first beta data by few weeks and haven't updated date for b1 or b2. Based on that I would guess we might see next beta within next couple of weeks. I've got my fingers on the buttons waiting to start the solaris port again as soon as it's released!

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    Thumbs up FreeBSD

    I'd love to see a FreeBSD port of Zimbra
    If Zimbra can take these FreeBSD Patchset for Zimbra released! and maintain it that would be super.

    I think there's already plenty of Linux distribution support available, RHE, SUSE, Ubuntu, Debian, Mandriva, Fedora

    rey

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    Default Solaris version is very needed !

    I do agree that a Zimbra version for Solaris 10 (Sparc and x86) would make it a good alternative for MS Exchange. As long as Solaris is not supported it's not.

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