Thanks for Grommunio.
I am forced to migrate my current server to a new system within the next 2 months. I like to use Debian 11 and Php 8.1.
But as Grommunio seems not to have full Php 8.1 support yet and I saw a comment that this is planned for Q3, I wonder if it make sense to wait a few weeks instead of starting with php 7.x and update again to 8.1 some weeks later.
Can you give me some insides about the plans? You mention on your roadmap that the next stable release would be in November.
Hello Maxx ,
you don't have to wait much longer: PHP 8.x support is released this week. However, grommunio only ships PHP modules for the versions shipped by the distribution. Debian 11 ships php 7.4: https://packages.debian.org/stable/php/php - Since grommunio ships an extra module, you have to take what the distribution provides or compile all for yourself.
If you want PHP 8.1 with DEB, you need to use Ubuntu 22.04 which has PHP 8.1 support built in.
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