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How i can install Workspace on CENTOS 5.5 x86_64?

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unfortunately RPM package is not available in version 1.0 - it should be available with Kerio Workspace 1.1

It's possible move Kerio Workspace to RPM-based distribution:
1. Install Kerio Workspace on Debian or Ubuntu, configure it
2. stop processes
3. move installed product (path /opt/kerio/workspace) to your RPM distribution (pack this folder, copy it to the target machine and expand)
4. See .deb package dependencies and pre-install these packages on your RPM distribution (e.g. Java)
5. Don't forget create kworkspace user and group on RPM distribution, chown moved files and folders for this user and group
6. copy two startup/shutdown scripts from /etc/init.d/ (kerio-workspace-rendering and kerio-workspace-application)

Kerio Workspace 1.0 is unsupported on RPM-based Linux now - there is no technical support and we cannot guarantee functionality and possibility of upgrade in the future.

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Thanks for this information.

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