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-Citadel is intended to run on any Unix-like operating system. The primary development platform is Linux, running on 32-bit Intel. It is also known to work without difficulty on SolarisFreeBSD 6.0 and newer should also workbut we are currently working through some minor issues with the threading model. +Citadel is intended to run on any Unix-like operating system. The primary development platform is Linux, running on 32-bit Intel. It is also known to work on Solaris (version 8 or newer), FreeBSD (version 6.0 or newer)OpenBSD (version 4.0 or newer)and Mac OS X (version 10.1 or newer).
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-If your question is actually "I want to build a Citadel server, what operating system should I use?" then the answerwithout question, is Linux. +
  
  
 +If your question is actually "I want to build a Citadel server, what operating system should I use?" then you would probably be best served by running Linux.
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