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Default ispconfig on Solaris


Thinking out of the box here, I have a question for hard-core ispconfig developers:

How hard it would be (in your opinion) to move ispconfig to something like opensolaris (precisely an opensolaris zone) ?

I know about the freebsd port which is in planning state.

The point is all of the software that ispconfig manage runs nicely and happily on solaris/openindiana. All that needs chanding is the path for various configuration files and the hooks to restart a service (commands are different but semantics are the same).

So the real question is: is there a layer of abstraction in ispconfig that could be rewritten to allow it to run on another posix system than linux?

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