Mailing List Message #102559
From: Oliver Koch <>
Subject: Re: Linux and Virtual hosting
Date: Sat, 15 Oct 2011 18:19:45 +0200
To: CommuniGate Pro Discussions <>
Hi there,

Am 15.10.2011 10:59, schrieb Juergen P. [core]:

i used bsd years ago, tried suse linux and then fedora core 4. in the
meantime i'm running fedora 14 and 15.
i also tried a box running vmware with 2 fedora vm's running cgp for
testing issues. no probnlems at all.
i prefer now fedora based os running natively on intel hardware.
it supports rpm, the installation and every update of cgp takes about 30
when doing a minimal installation of the os, (no graphics, runlevel3
without unneeded stuff) you'll never run into problems.

i agree that using rpm-based cgp would be a good decision :-)
fedora (the redhat free version could be an alternative for you)

I run CGP on Ubuntu Linux.

You can use the tool called "alien" to convert the CGP's rpm install package to a debian package. That works fine for CGP. I think that way is much better for upgrading as to use the tarball.

Kind regards,

Oliver Koch

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