What operating system do you use for OpenEMM?

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What operating system do you use for OpenEMM?

Post by maschoff »

The development team of OpenEMM would like to get an indication of which operating system you are using, so that we know on which platforms to focus. Please specify as exactly as possible, for example "RedHat Enterprise Linux 4.5" or "Windows XP Professional SP2". Thank you!
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Post by Dabbler »

Versions of required components that we are presently using:

CentOS 4.5
Sendmail 8.13.1-3.2.el4
MySQL: 4.1.20 (Redhat's distribution)
JDK: 1.6.0_01
Python 2.3.4

We are upgrading to a faster machine and faster layers in the next few weeks, but it will all be in the same family. I'll update after the switch.

OpenEMM's admin panel accessed from WinXP Pro SP2 (typically).
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Post by marton »

For OpenEMM:
Fedora Core 5
OpenEMM 5.1.1
Java 1.5.0_11
MySQL v5.0.27

Accessed from:
Suse or WinXP, SP2

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Post by along »

CentOS 5.0
java version "1.5.0_14"
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Post by harfst »

Tried like heck to get it working on SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 SP 3.

Gave up, went to running the VMX version, although I had to work like heck to get that one working too, which one should not have to do.
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openemm on werewolf

Post by marton »

i just was updating from fedora 5 to fedora 8 (werewolf ;-)
everything works fine so far.

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java 6.4
mysql 14.12 distrib 5.0.45
fedora 8
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Post by henry_shadowjet »

Hi there, my system currently is as follows:

- Fedora 8 (Werewolf)
- OpenEMM 5.4.0-1
- Java 1.6.0_05-b13
- sendmail 8.14.2
- MySQL 5.0.45

Works well so far! Thanks a lot!
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Post by sturmey »

The various configurations that everyone is posting sound more difficult than what we did.
We have a small HP server running Ubuntu server (no GUI) and VMware server. On it we are running several different VM's including OpenEMM VM. Setup time to test email was about 30-40 min, and that's mostly because we were trying to figure out how to get our html code from the last newsletter we sent into this program.

Setting up sendmail to use our SMTP server did take another hour. there should be an easier way to do that.
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Details of OpenEMM installation

Post by billmania »

We have deployed it on a CentOS 5.3 system and are testing it. We're trying to use the OpenEMM ws.wsdl file with Python ZSI 2.0 but are still struggling with that.
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Post by Shuro »

Debian 5.0
Openemm 6.1
Java 1.6.0_17
MySQL 5.0.51a-24+lenny4
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Post by pheelix »

virtual machine
centos 5.5 (final) @2.6.18
openemm 6.1

gui access via ms windows server 2k3 r2 with firefox 3.6
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Post by mmenke »

We use CentOS 5.5 for our OpenEMM-servers (the servers are virtualized with Windows Hyper-V Server 2008 R2)
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Post by fighterman »

Windows Professional XP Servicepack 2
Java 6.0.200
Mysql 14.12 distrib 5.0.45
Fedora 8 (Werewolf)
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Post by ejazfar »

Windows 7 for sure
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Post by zeeshan1452 »

working on SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 SP 3
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