Phil Pennock edited this page Nov 21, 2014 · 3 revisions

Release Candidate verification status for Exim version 4.75

Per the Exim Release Policy [nb: not yet approved], we expect there to normally be at least one week between the release of the first Release Candidate (RC) for a new release and the final release. The policy states:

“Those who test RCs get to ensure that their platform is a first-class supported platform for a release, and the final release should be cleanly buildable and working on their platform”

We attempt to work with OS packagers who work with us, and if time permits we will try to chase up to get a response from the OSes listed here, if there is a contact name to reach (and a reasonable chance of us determining your email address). The template version of this document includes those OSes who wish to be contacted for a new release. Packagers signing off on a particular release may add themselves here and to the template for future releases, as they see fit.

We also like testing from people who actively use an operating-system, but are unlikely to chase after them for a response.

Table mostly sorted alphabetically by OS; specific versions after the general case or "official maintainer"

OS Contact Person Official/User Latest RC Tested Notes
Debian ?? Official -
FreeBSD Ports ?? Official -
FreeBSD 7 Phil Pennock User -
FreeBSD 8 Oliver Heesakkers User RC3 Not a production-server.
Gentoo ?? Official -
RHEL 4 ?? Official -
RHEL 5 ?? Official -
SuSE Nigel (Tahini) User RC2 Tahini has more recent PCRE than norm for SUSE 10.
Ubuntu ?? Official -
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