What OS port should be next?

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fak3r
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What OS port should be next?

Postby fak3r » Mon Oct 10, 2005 11:39 am

Kevin

I voted for FreeBSD, as that's my main server, but I'm the one working on the Gentoo install. I think the point should be made though; I'm not working on an ebuild (yet) but instead am just writing a script to dnld, make and install it. I would like it to be as distro neutral as possible so that the script could help the largest amount of people to get it up and testing with it. From there it should be easier to port the install and create specific packages. I'm most interested it taking it to FreeBSD, once it's running there create a Port for it to drop in the FreeBSD tree.
Need to get it running first, I'll post where I'm stuck here on the forums.
Thanks
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What OS port should be next?

Postby 14319KevinH » Mon Oct 10, 2005 1:21 pm

[quote user="fak3r"]Kevin

I voted for FreeBSD, as that's my main server, but I'm the one working on the Gentoo install. I think the point should be made though; I'm not working on an ebuild (yet) but instead am just writing a script to dnld, make and install it. I would like it to be as distro neutral as possible so that the script could help the largest amount of people to get it up and testing with it. From there it should be easier to port the install and create specific packages. I'm most interested it taking it to FreeBSD, once it's running there create a Port for it to drop in the FreeBSD tree.
Need to get it running first, I'll post where I'm stuck here on the forums.
Thanks
fak3r[/QUOTE]
Yes we are also trying to make the Zimbra source build distro neutral. Goal will be to have a Zimbra *light* source download where folks can point to local copies of distro specfic dependancies.
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What OS port should be next?

Postby diablobsb » Mon Oct 10, 2005 3:32 pm

another vote for gentoo
GO gentoo o/
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What OS port should be next?

Postby Pistos » Tue Oct 11, 2005 12:01 pm

Another vote for Gentoo, please.
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What OS port should be next?

Postby trioglobal » Tue Oct 11, 2005 12:30 pm

Where's Gentoo on the poll. +1 for Gentoo.
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What OS port should be next?

Postby pwd » Wed Oct 12, 2005 5:29 am

I assume that Fedora 4 is on the roadmap but in any case this is a vote for it (and future Fedora vesion).
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Postby 14319KevinH » Wed Oct 12, 2005 5:39 am

[quote user="pwd"]I assume that Fedora 4 is on the roadmap but in any case this is a vote for it (and future Fedora vesion).[/QUOTE]
Yes, it's on the roadmap. It should be pretty easy for us to build Fedora 4 since v3 is already working.
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What OS port should be next?

Postby GMoore7 » Wed Oct 12, 2005 12:36 pm

+1 for Windows. I'm a windows fan and I have yet to see a webmail suite like this available for Windows except for the ones that cost more then they should and do less then they should. :)
~Garrett
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What OS port should be next?

Postby 16143geek » Thu Oct 13, 2005 2:31 am

gentoo

gentoo

gentoo!
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Postby kevindods » Thu Oct 13, 2005 8:11 am

Debian port would suit us - solid and well supported. Ubuntu on the desktop and Debian/Zimbra would be all we need to leave much of MS behind. Exchange has been the tricky sticky bit that we havent got rid of yet!
Great looking software - should show some ex-commerical groupware how GPL software should work!

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