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    Thanks for all your help!

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    Question which release should be used on FC5?

    if im going to install zimbra 5.0.2 on FC 5, which release do i have to use ?

    can i use Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 x86_64 ( zcs-5.0.2_GA_1975.RHEL5_64.20080130223104.tgz )

    or any other?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aadilbcas View Post
    if im going to install zimbra 5.0.2 on FC 5, which release do i have to use ?

    can i use Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 x86_64 ( zcs-5.0.2_GA_1975.RHEL5_64.20080130223104.tgz )

    or any other?
    I'd suggest you install the correct version of FC7 or change to CentOS5 and install the version for that o/s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    I'd suggest you install the correct version of FC7 or change to CentOS5 and install the version for that o/s.
    thanks for the quick reply..

    u mean that i can install "Red Hat Fedora 7 x86" release for FC5 OS ?

    or want me to use fedora core 7 as my OS?

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    I mean, use FC7 as your operating system as FC5 went EOL in June 2007. If you want a long term solution to outdated operating systems then I'd suggest CentOS5.
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    oh ok...

    will Red Hat Fedora 7 x86 be fine on FC7 x86_64 OS ?


    if im using CentOS5.1 then 'Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 x86_64' release of Zimbra will be alright is it ?

    can i get a guide for installing on CentOS5.1

    thanks

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    There is an install guide for Zimbra 4.5 on CentOS5 and it should be the same for the Zimbra 64 bit version. If you use 64 bit CentOS there are some 32 bit libraries that you will need to install as well and you can find details in the wiki. Have a look at those documents and post again if you have nay questions.
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    aadilbcas

    I switched from RedHat to Fedora Core back in the day, then from FC to CentOS. Its basically the same thing from an admin stance. I've been very happy with the CentOS line and I'm sure you would be as well. I've got ZCS 5.0.2 GA FOSS running on a CentOS5.x machine for evaluation right now and its been running great. Super easy install. I just installed CentOS base install, ran the ZCS installer, fixed the dependencies, then I was off and running.

    On the initial startup of zimbra the MTA would was not starting. I realized after some probing that I had sendmail installed and running. I simply ran 'yum remove sendmail', then restart zimbra MTA and all was good.
    Last edited by jpbuse; 02-20-2008 at 10:47 AM.

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