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    Default Zimbra Network Edition on Fedora?

    Hi,

    I just requested the trial version of Zimbra NEtwork edition and it was not offered for Fedora. Can I still install it on Fedora Core 5 or 6? Or is this only supported for the free open source edition?

    Thanks

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    As of today we do not support Fedora for the network edition. The OS's we currently support are:

    Mac OSX (.dmg) PPC

    Mac OSX (.dmg) INTEL

    Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 (.tgz) 32 Bit

    Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 (.tgz) 64 Bit

    openSUSE 10 (.tgz)

    SUSE ES9 (.tgz)
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

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    Default But, will it work

    Is the network edition "not supported" on Fedora Core or does it not work on Fedora Core?

    Has anyone tried to install or run the NE on FC4 or FC5?

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    that's what I actually wanted to know too. Can it be installed on Fedora? In the end, RHE is based on Fedora...

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    Default Doesn't work

    It doesn't work. I tried on FC5, and failed miserably. See my post here:

    Extremely High Memory Usage for Amavisd

    Someone towards the end of the thread stated they got it to work by playing around with some paths. But bottom line, it won't work "out of the box."

    Try CentOS if you don't want to buy a copy of Redhat.

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    Default CentOS, RHEL, FC

    I've seen several other posts regarding CentOS with NE, but that combination isn't listed as supported either. CentOS is much more like RHEL though.

    Just a dream that we could keep one flavor throughout...

    We bought RHEL 4 just to run NE. I guess I'll have to get a copy of CentOS to fiddle with

    Thanks for the Info

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    By unsupported, we mean that you WILL encounter problems that havn't been solved. You may be able to get things working by "tweaking" it a little, but when an update comes out, you will likely face additional problems.

    I run CentOS. It has been extreamly stable with updates, etc. The only reason I use CentOS is because we're poor

    Although CentOS isn't supported by Zimbra, it's Binaries are made to be compatable with RHEL.

    Just to be clear, I am not endorsing CentOS as an alternative to RHEL, I'm simply saying that it should work.

    We just bought some macintels, and we're gonna migrate to that.
    OSX ROCKS!
    Last edited by jholder; 10-20-2006 at 06:16 PM.

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