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    Hi,

    After upgrading our open source edition from zcs 5.0.18 to zcs 6.0.1 when we run zmcontrol -v it returns: Release 6.0.1_GA_1816.RHEL5_20090911181524 CentOS5 NETWORK edition.


    Can somebody explains why it's writen NETWORK EDITION ?

    And now when I downloaded the open source edition for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, it is saying: zcs-NETWORK-6.0.2_GA_1912.RHEL5.20091020173119.tgz

    can somebody explain this to me ?

    Thanks in advanced

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    If I download from this page then I get the Open Source version. Clear your browser cache and try again from the link I've given you.
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    10x for the info, but what about my first question ? I`ve clearly downloaded the open source version and when I type zmcontrol -v it returns Release 6.0.1_GA_1816.RHEL5_20090911181524 CentOS5 NETWORK edition.

    thanks

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    That would imply you've installed the NE version over the Open Source version, there no way (AFAIK) that an OS version would show as NE.
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    this is the archive that I`ve downloaded:
    zcs-6.0.1_GA_1816.RHEL5.20090911181524.tgz


    And after the upgrade it's writen:
    Release 6.0.1_GA_1816.RHEL5_20090911181524 CentOS5 NETWORK edition.


    then how is this possible ?

    Is it ok if I do an upgrade to 6.0.2 with the open source edition?
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    And I assure you that I didn't install a network edition over the open source one and although it returns NETWORK EDITION it's not a network edition because in our company we already have a network edition one and these 2 differ from each other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsarandan View Post
    this is the archive that I`ve downloaded:
    zcs-6.0.1_GA_1816.RHEL5.20090911181524.tgz

    And after the upgrade it's writen:
    Release 6.0.1_GA_1816.RHEL5_20090911181524 CentOS5 NETWORK edition.

    then how is this possible ?
    If you have no licence file located on your OS version then the simple answer is I have absolutely no idea. You're the first and only person I've heard of that this has happened to.

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    Is it ok if I do an upgrade to 6.0.2 with the open source edition?
    Yes.
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    It seems I cannot find any license on the server. Anyway, tonight I will make an upgrade to 6.0.2 and after that see what version it will return.

    Thanks again for all the help.

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    I have another question and i don't know if that has been asked or not.

    We have openSUSE 10.2 and zimbra network edition 4.5.10 and it`s clearly time to upgrade to a new version. I can go with the updates to 5.0.18 after that openSUSE it's not supported anymore.

    Would it work if I install a version of zimbra for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10/11 on openSUSE 10.2 ? to actually do the upgrade from 5.0.18 to 6.0.2 ?

    thanks again

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    You might be able to get away with installing the SLES10 version on openSUSE 10.2, but any number of things could go odd with the install. Definitely take a backup of the server first if you try it. You might run into things like different library versions that can mess it up, but it's worth a try

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