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Thread: [SOLVED] ZCS 6.0 support for Debian 5.0 lenny

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    Default [SOLVED] ZCS 6.0 support for Debian 5.0 lenny

    Hi,

    The download pages and product portal only list Debian 4.0 as supported. According to PM the Debian Lenny Support for 6.0 bug has been resolved -
    Bug 34921 – Debian Lenny Support for 6.0 (GunsNRoses)
    Does anybody know if Lenny is going to be supported in the upcoming release?

    Thanks,
    Deniz

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    Yes, it is supported in the 6.0 release coming out later today.
    Quanah Gibson-Mount
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    Any pointers on how to upgrade from Ubuntu 8 (or any other OS as I'm sure this applies to more people) to Debian Lenny?

    I have a couple of installations I'd love to take to Lenny 64bit!

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    ^ There's no real upgrade path. You'd have to set up a new Debian Lenny machine, install zimbra on it then move the accounts over. I'm curious as to why you want to ditch Ubuntu 8.04. It's what I'm currently using and Zimbra will be supporting the 64 bit version into version 7.

    If you've got an itch to have the latest and greatest OS I would hold off and upgrade to 10.04 LTS once it's supported by Zimbra. The great thing about Ubuntu is that they have a set release cycle that gets you a new LTS every 2 years. Debian does not do this as they release "when it's ready"; see here. Also, Ubuntu LTS releases are supported for 5 years (source) while the previous stable releases of Debian are only supported for 1 year after the new stable is out (source).

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