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As we are still seeing problems with 9.2.6p2 we are looking into upgrading to 9.2.7 .
We are currently running Debian Wheezy...

There seems to be a new dependency introduced for Debian based installations, cryptsetup (>= 1.7.4).
This dependency means the new Kerio Connect release cannot be installed on any stable Debian system.
Only the current testing release, buster, qualifies.
Ubuntu releases are only slightly better:
Only Bionic (LTS - released april 2018) qualifies.

Are there any ways around this limitation?
As said before, we are currently running Wheezy. An OS update is planned, but a Kerio update is more urgent. However, we prefer Debian systems over Ubuntu, but no current Debian system can run Kerio Connect!

Side question, would the update button in the Admin panel crash the server?
Kerio/GFI Brian

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We will adjust the version requirements in the next update so that the cryptsetup version in Debian Wheezy and CentOS6 will be supported.

Brian Carmichael
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Thank you!
In mean time, will the web update work? (I guess the commandline install will stop after the dependency check, haven't tried it though as it is a production server.)

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short question, when can we expect that update?

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