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Thread: [SOLVED] Zimbra Collaboration Suite on Ubuntu 10.10

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    najera27 is offline Starter Member
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    Default Do you think that this works on ubuntu 11.10?

    I agree with you about new LTS, I'm trying to install on ubuntu 11.10 without success, what else do you recommend?
    Thanks in advanced.

    Arturo

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    Quote Originally Posted by najera27 View Post
    I agree with you about new LTS, I'm trying to install on ubuntu 11.10 without success, what else do you recommend?
    How about installing ZCS on a supported distribution, you'll have a far more interesting experience.
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    Look, I understand, 10.04 is the newest supported. It's also two years old. I'm deploying a new server, and would like to not have to install a two year old OS into production. I get enough of that at work, where we're running Fedora Core 5 and Centos 5.2, and I don't want to do it in my personal stuff too.

    Sadly 12.04 is pretty much a non-starter, at least with the recent 7.1 builds of Zimbra, because of perl library issues, even after I've worked around the packaging problem. I'd -love- to see some betas with support for 12.04 LTS, especially since it comes out in about a month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by funajon View Post
    Look, I understand, 10.04 is the newest supported.
    It makes no difference how 'old' your copy of Ubuntu is, it doesn't wear out and LTS is supported for seven(?) years. All your'e doing is running a mail server and the need for the most recent in version of an operating system isn't necessary. The choice is yours, install ZCS on a supported platform or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by funajon View Post
    Look, I understand, 10.04 is the newest supported. It's also two years old. I'm deploying a new server, and would like to not have to install a two year old OS into production. I get enough of that at work, where we're running Fedora Core 5 and Centos 5.2, and I don't want to do it in my personal stuff too.

    Sadly 12.04 is pretty much a non-starter, at least with the recent 7.1 builds of Zimbra, because of perl library issues, even after I've worked around the packaging problem. I'd -love- to see some betas with support for 12.04 LTS, especially since it comes out in about a month.
    As phoenix already said, for a production system it's always need to take the supported distro and go for sure. No need to take unnecesary risks.

    Regards.

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