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    dkn is offline Junior Member
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    Default zcs 6.0 supported platforms

    I have a question about the platforms zimbra OSS 6.0 will support.

    Zimbra Product Portal

    I am interested in opensuse and fedora. For both platforms old EOL'ed versions are listed.
    Open Suse 10 and fedora 7 are already EOL'ed and their successors are also EOL'ed by the time you plan on releasing 6.0.

    FYI the projected EOL times
    SUSE Linux Lifetime - openSUSE
    openSUSE 10.2 - November 30th 2008 (current projection)
    openSUSE 10.3 - October 31st 2009 (current projection)
    openSUSE 11.0 - June 30th 2010 (current projection)

    LifeCycle - FedoraProject
    Fedora 7 is end of live as of june 13, 2008
    Fedora 8 will be EOL'ed by the end of 2008 (1 month after fedora 10 is released)
    Fedora 9 will be EOL'ed in the summer of 2009 (1 month after fedora 11 is released)

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    Mike Scholes is offline Advanced Member
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    This is a problem for me also using Fedora but to be fair to Zimbra I can't expect them to chase the rapid Fedora update cycle. I have done a test upgrade from Fedora to CentOS using the linux upgradeany switch on install and it went well. Getting Zimbra installed on CentOS seems easy enough and that would give me a supported system until 2014.

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