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Does anyone recommend a linux OS to run Kerio on?

Is there anyway to convert your current Mac OS Kerio to run on a Linux machine?



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I suggest any supported Linux distribution (see System Requirements on our sites)
A migration between OS is solved in this forum - please use Search feature, you are not first Wink

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Regarding the Linux distro choice...

Yes, you do have a list of supported Linux distributions that are compatible with Connect.

But I'm curious which one Kerio's developers and support folks PREFER? Which do you see as most stable and least problematic in your day to day development and tech support duties?

I'm about to move from an Xserve to an 8 drive RAID10 SuperMicro server and I want to make the best Linux choice the first time. As an OS X guy, I'd prefer something with a nice GUI (but obviously stable as well)

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We've transfered all our Xserve's (G5 up to Intel Xeon) to Dell servers with CentOS.

Just don't use a GUI please.... you have more then enough with the command line only.
Those few times you need to update you're done with one single command (rpm -Uvh kerio-connect-version.rpm) and browsing directories works the same as in OSX terminal.

As you are now using an Xserve thus are an OSX Administrator it's save to assume you work in the terminal often right? Almost anything I do on OSX Servers is terminal-based as the GUI sucks and most features are hidden/activated only in command line.
So command line Linux shouldn't be a problem for you.
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