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    Quote Originally Posted by greenrenault
    G'day

    I was wondering if the SUSE10 download was compatible with SLES10? Does anyone know? (I'm going to try it out shortly).

    And what's the reasoning behind providing a SLES9 download, but not a SLES10? Is it just assumed that SLES10 = SUSE10. Appreciate that Novell are not the best when it comes to naming SUSE

    Cheers!
    Zimbra will work on SuSE 10 but there is no binary build available for SLES 10 yet, the only reason there isn't a SLES 10 version is that it's too new. I'm sure a build will be available for SLES 10 when the dust has settled from the GA release of Version 4 and Zimbra have some time.

    Zimbra should work on SLES 10 but it's not guaranteed as it's still an unsupported platform.
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    Default I have 4.03 on openSuse 10.1

    I upgraded it from 3.1.something

    The only problem I had was with the sudoers file which caused LDAP to fail to start

    I did chmod 640, reinstalled and got the same error

    so I just ran

    while true
    do
    chmod 640 /etc/sudoers
    done

    in a console session and it went like a charm.

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    Default SUSE 10 not Novell Suse Linux Enterprise Server 10!?

    Do you mean the download in the Zimbra website called 'SUSE 10 (.tgz)' is not meant for Novell Suse Linux Enterprise Server 10? What is that for, then? openSUSE? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dschneider78 View Post
    Do you mean the download in the Zimbra website called 'SUSE 10 (.tgz)' is not meant for Novell Suse Linux Enterprise Server 10? What is that for, then? openSUSE? Thanks!
    Yes, that's exactly what I mean. The version for SuSE Enterprise Server is called ....SuSEES9... and the openSuSE version is called .....SuSE10...

    There is a 'however' and it's this, I would advise you not to install the SuSE 10 version as support for that will be dropped when a version for SuSE ES 10 becomes available - there will be no more NE versions available for openSuSE. Use a supported operating systems such as RHEL or SuSE ES or MAC OS X. For testing you could, at a pinch, use CentOS.
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