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Will Zimbra 9 OS work with Ubuntu 20.04?

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Myriad
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Just wondering... since 18.04 is deprecated.

This topic was modified 3 years ago by Myriad

   
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 Klug
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18.04 is not deprecated, it's LTS.

 

ZCS 9 OSE will work with Ubuntu 20.04 LTS when "someone" builds it for this OS.


   
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Myriad
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@klug Sorry, bad choice of terms. Not deprecated - relegated to maintenance updates and Extended Security Maintenance (til 2030)


   
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(@john_doe)
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Not sure if this is/was a proper way to check it but I changed "bionic" to "focal" within the repository list:

deb     [arch=amd64]  removed link  bionic zimbra

 

Just to see if I'd get an error when doing an `apt update` but it worked and also showed me some updateable packages.


   
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 daz
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I have now tried getting the download link time and time again. It never gets sent. I've checked my email logs and nothing comes at all.

 

Which is the latest patch I can install on the version I have right now? I'm on 9.0.0.ZEXTRAS.20220402.UBUNTU18.64 UBUNTU18_64 FOSS edition currently.

 

Please zextras. Fix the download link so we don't have to get it through email as it clearly does not work correctly.

 

Regards


   
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(@sharif)
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@myriad 

Hi,
To update this post,
As per the latest development, Zimbra 9 is currently available for

RHEL 8
RHEL 7
Ubuntu 20
Ubuntu 18

Thanks and regards,


   
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(@sharif)
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@daz 

The download links are working now. Hopefully, you will be able to use them without any issue.

As per my testing on Ubuntu 20.04LTS the current release is:

Release 9.0.0.ZEXTRAS.20220713.UBUNTU20.64 UBUNTU20_64 FOSS edition.

Hope it helps.

 

Regards.


   
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