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Dev4Nix

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Hi,

Will it be any Redhat/CentOS release of Kerio Workspace ??

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Mike
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Jarda Snajdr (Kerio)

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Hello Mike,

we want to eventually support all the platforms supported by Connect, but a RPM package won't be available in version 1.0.

Jarda

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lkacian

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kerio_jsnajdr wrote on Tue, 19 October 2010 08:54
Hello Mike,

we want to eventually support all the platforms supported by Connect, but a RPM package won't be available in version 1.0.


Why ? We need for serious testing rpm package because our CentOS servers.
Please make rpm too.

Lubor Kacian
FONET Slovakia
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milles21

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We really need a rpm version of Kerio workspace in order for us to take it seriously. We run all RHEL and Centos in our network. We pay for support from Red Hat for our managed services customers.

I can't see where it would be that much effort to create a rpm version. Ubuntu will never be in our production environment because of our SLA and support requirements. Please create packages for the distribution that owns 80% of the Linux market.

It really seems backwards that Ubuntu has less than 10% of the enterprise Linux market and that is where you choose to focus your new products.



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