Hey @nangi158 - Windows is no supported OS. This is because some of our dependencies require a *NIX/Darvin environment (like e.g. secure password hashing). We’d recommend using one of our supported OSes and then installing Zammad from one of the existing packages.
We don’t plan on supporting windows. Maybe WSL will work (some day) but this will be by chance.
I’d strongly advise you to install Zammad via the official package for CentOS instead of building Zammad your own. This will save you a lot of pain. Updates are easy as 123 when using the packages while doing them manually comes with a lot of overhead.
If you want to build Zammad yourself make sure you have all the OS dependencies installed you need. You can find a list of them in the configuration file of our packaging service.
Thank you for your answer, but I really need it to be available on azure cloud… do you have any advice about it?
That’s all for me now today.
Thank you for your help
As far as I’m aware azure cloud also provides linux systems. If you have a linux host, you can install Zammad packages without any trouble, as long as you solve your dependencies.
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