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Hi, We do not use, or ever want to use Redhat Enterprise editions. Is it possible to get FMS to work on a non-Redhat linux? I can't believe a company like Adobe/Macromedia would provide such poor support for Linux, and constrain it to one distribution. Regards, Cormac...

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    Default FMS on non-Redhat linux distributions?

    Hi,

    We do not use, or ever want to use Redhat Enterprise editions. Is it possible
    to get FMS to work on a non-Redhat linux?
    I can't believe a company like Adobe/Macromedia would provide such poor
    support for Linux, and constrain it to one distribution.

    Regards,
    Cormac

    CormacRedmond Guest

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    Default Re: FMS on non-Redhat linux distributions?

    You can install on just about any flavor of Linux... just use platformWarnOnly
    if you're installing on anything other than Redhat.

    That said, I've read about all sorts of stability problems (particularly with
    the admin service) when running on anything other than Redhat, so if your apps
    are critical, I'd suggest sticking with one of the offically supported
    operating systems.

    JayCharles Guest

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    Default Re: FMS on non-Redhat linux distributions?

    Savage! I thought it should be possibleto hack around with it to get working...


    Thanks!
    CormacRedmond Guest

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    Default Re: FMS on non-Redhat linux distributions?

    We're using it with Debian with no problems at all.
    camspot Guest

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    Default Re: FMS on non-Redhat linux distributions?

    Yeah - it took me a while to get it to work. By default it would simply exit
    when you try to run the server, and everything looked fine - but it never
    actually loaded. Turned out I was missing ibraries, and there was no
    error(because of some bad shell scripting, that they should fix!!!).


    Anyway,
    Cheers!

    CormacRedmond Guest

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