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    Question [SOLVED] What are these SUSE versions of Zimbra Collaboration Suite 5.0 RC 1?

    Please understand that I am truly excited that Zimbra will finally be able to run natively in SUSE.

    However I am a bit confused (nothing new there)

    On the downloads page, http://www.zimbra.com/community/downloads.html we have these versions of ZCS R5RC1 for the SUSE distro listed, but what exactly do they refer too?
    - SuSE 10.2 -> Does this mean SLES10?
    - SuSE Enterprise Server 10.2 -> Does this mean SLES10 SP1?

    In addition, there is a explicit SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 x64, but no SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 i386.

    Still, I'm a happy camper that SUSE is being updated to a first class Zimbra citizen!

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    I'll let someone from the build team give a finite answer, but I'm pretty sure that the SuSE 10.2 entry is for open suse, not enterprise. Support for opensuse10.0 is being phased out iirc.

    The installer will complain if it's not ran on the correct platform, so any confusion would be removed at that stage if needed.

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    Hi-
    The only 10.2 we have is OpenSUSE.

    john

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    Default Still a bit confused - bear with me

    Quote Originally Posted by jholder View Post
    Hi-
    The only 10.2 we have is OpenSUSE.

    john
    Still a bit confused, so bear with me... So this means that:

    - SuSE 10.2 -> should be read OpenSUSE 10.2
    http://files.zimbra.com/downloads/5....1002222903.tgz

    But what is this version then? I do not know of any SuSE Enterprise Server, only SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES). Is this actually the SLES10 i386 version, since there is only the x64 version listed so far?

    - SuSE Enterprise Server 10.2
    http://files.zimbra.com/downloads/5....1002174057.tgz

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenrenault View Post
    Still a bit confused, so bear with me... So this means that:


    - SuSE Enterprise Server 10.2
    http://files.zimbra.com/downloads/5....1002174057.tgz

    I've asked our webmaster to correct the labels. SuSE Enterprise Server 10.2 should actually be "SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 x86". It's the SLES10 32 bit build.
    Bugzilla - Wiki - Downloads - Before posting... Search!

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    Smile Thanks Brian - Fantastic!

    Quote Originally Posted by brian View Post
    I've asked our webmaster to correct the labels. SuSE Enterprise Server 10.2 should actually be "SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 x86". It's the SLES10 32 bit build.
    SLES10 x86 & x64 = WOOOOOO HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

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    I am still confused with this one
    On the downloads page there seems to be the same entry, twice:
    SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 x86_64 which points to http://files.zimbra.com/downloads/5....1003002232.tgz
    and then
    SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 x86_64 which points to http://files.zimbra.com/downloads/5....1002174057.tgz

    We use SLES10 SP1 32 bit. The top one here looks to be 64 bit? If this is so, then i am guessing that the second one would be the 32 bit edition? Thanks for any clarification.

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    openSUSE Linux 10.0 x86 /zcs-5.0.0_RC1_1538.SuSE10.20071002222903.tgz
    openSUSE Linux 10.2 x86 /zcs-5.0.0_RC1_1538.openSUSE_10.2.20071002165254.tgz
    SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 x86 /zcs-5.0.0_RC1_1538.SuSEES9.20071002231602.tgz
    SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 x86 /zcs-5.0.0_RC1_1538.SuSEES10.20071002174057.tgz
    SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 x86_64 /zcs-5.0.0_RC1_1538.SLES10_64.20071003002232.tgz
    Last edited by mmorse; 10-09-2007 at 07:53 PM. Reason: can't forget SLES 9!

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    Thats what i thought. I would recommend removing the "_64" in SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 x86_64 (the one for SLEs10 x86). Thanks for the clarification

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    they know - it will be fixed shortly
    Last edited by mmorse; 10-09-2007 at 08:30 PM.

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