My only concern was for the embedded type minimal router devices, but it would appear that devices (including the CB100) running the Intel Atom chips are all okay at x64 therefore I see no need to maintain an x86 build. Developer resources are better placed elsewhere. A few years ago, I would have said yes, but anyone buying for a business grade system in 2014 should be running on new x64 hardware. There might be a few community versions running on 'old' hardware for the bedroom data centre people (I know you exist!!), but times change and I imagine that they could find an 'old' x64 machine if they looked hard enough!
Anurag Kumar wrote: Instead of using clearos iso to install it either on separate machine or run in virtual machine(vmware workstation 10),my Objective is to install clearos 6.4 on centos 6 x64bit(running on VM) from source code.
Essentially, that's what ClearOS is:
- Install CentOS
- Tweak as few packages as possible (details)
- Add non-CentOS packages (e.g. Snort intrusion detection)
- Add the web-based interface
With ClearOS 6, we build all the upstream packages through our build system. We did this due to the controversies and delays surrounding the release of CentOS 6. For ClearOS 7, we're back to using CentOS packages and looking into having at least one official CentOS / ClearOS variant. The commercial/paid apps is a bit of a show stopper at the moment, but I digress.
As for the build errors, it looks like an IMAP library version mismatch.
Ideally, all services in ClearOS need to have SSLv3 disabled, so we'll be putting together some documentation on this topic. Unfortunately, that only makes things a tiny bit better since it won't stop an attacker from doing a man-in-the-middle attack. The real solution is to fix client-side software (browsers, mail clients, etc.) to make sure these do not attempt using an older protocol like SSLv3.