ZCS Quick Start Install Guide 7.2
ZCS Quick Start Install Guide 7.2
Open Source Edition


ZCS Single Server Installation > Installing Zimbra Software

Installing Zimbra Software
 
Open an SSH session to the Zimbra server and follow the steps below.
1.
Log in as root to the Zimbra server and cd to the directory where the Zimbra Collaboration Server archive tar file is saved (cd /var/<tmp>). Type the following commands:
tar xzvf [zcsfullfilename.tgz], to unpack the file.
cd [zcsfullfilename] to change to the correct directory.
./install.sh to begin the installation.
The install.sh script reviews the installation software to verify that the Zimbra packages are available.
 
[root@mailhost tmp]# tar xzvf zcs.tgz
[root@mailhost tmp]# cd zcs-NETWORK-7.2.0_GA_3107.UBUNTU10_64.20101015012627
[root@mailhost tmp/zcs-NETWORK-7.2.0_GA_3107.UBUNTU10_64.20101015012627# ./install.sh
          zimbra-core...NOT FOUND
Screenshots in this guide are examples of the Zimbra installation script. The actual script may be different.
2.
The installation process checks to see if Sendmail, Postfix, and MySQL software are running. If any of these applications are running, you are asked to disable them. Disabling MySQL is optional but highly recommended. Sendmail and Postfix must be disabled for the Zimbra Collaboration Server to start correctly.
3.
Next, the installer checks to see that the prerequisite software is installed. If the prerequisite software packages are not installed, the installation process stops. You must fix the problem and start the installation over. See Other Dependencies in System Requirements for Zimbra Collaboration Server 7.2.
 
Select the services to be installed on this server. To install Zimbra Collaboration Server on a single server, enter Y for the ldap, logger, mta, snmp, store, and spell packages.The installer verifies that there is enough room to install ZCS. If there is not, the installation stops.
 
 
4.
Next, type Y and press Enter to modify the system.
Checks to see if MX record is configured in DNS. The installer checks to see if the hostname is resolvable via DNS. If there is an error, the installer asks if you would like to change the hostname. We recommend that the domain name have an MX record configured in DNS.
 
    zimbra-core......zimbra-core_7.2.0_GA_3107.UBUNTU10_64_amd64.deb...done
zimbra-ldap......zimbra-ldap_7.2.0_GA_3107.UBUNTU10_64_amd64.deb...done
zimbra-logger......zimbra-logger_7.2.0_GA_3107.UBUNTU10_64_amd64.deb...done
zimbra-mta......zimbra-mta_7.2.0_GA_3107.UBUNTU10_64_amd64.deb...done
zimbra-snmp......zimbra-snmp_7.2.0_GA_3107.UBUNTU10_64_amd64.deb...done
5.
At this point, the Main menu displays showing the default entries for the Zimbra component you are installing. To expand the menu to see the configuration values, type X and press Enter. The Main menu expands to display configuration details for the package being installed. Values that require further configuration are marked with asterisks (****) to their left.
To navigate the Main menu, select the menu item to change. You can modify any of the defaults. See Table Table, Main Menu Options, for a description of the Main menu.
For a quick installation, accepting all the defaults, you only need to do the following:
6.
If your time zone is not Pacific time, enter 1 to select Main menu 1, Common Configuration and then enter 6 for TimeZone. Set the correct time zone.
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+Hostname:                           mailhost.example.com
+Ldap master host:     mailhost.example.com
+Ldap port:                          389
+TimeZone:                           America/Los_Angeles
2) zimbra-ldap:                          Enabled
        +Status                             Enabled
        +Create Domain:   yes
+Domain to create:                  mailhost.example.com
+Ldap root password:                set
+Ldap replication password:         set
+Ldap postfix password:             set
+Ldap nginx password                set
3) zimbra-store:                           Enabled
        +Status                               Enabled
        +Create Admin User:                   yes
+Admin user to create:                admin@mailhost.example.com
******* +Admin Password                       UNSET
+Anti-virus quarantine user:          virus-quarantine.zodi72xmm6@mailhost.example.com
+Spam training user           spam.vviwu_izoj@mailhost.example.com
+Non-spam(Ham) training user: ham.unsbogyzer@mailhost.example.com
+SMTP host:                           mailhost.example.com
+Version update notification email:   admin@mailhost.example.com
+Version update source email:         admin@mailhost.example.com
   4) zimbra-mta:                              Enabled
   5) zimbra-snmp:      Enabled
   6) zimbra-logger:    Enabled
   7) zimbra-spell:     Enabled
   8) zimbra-convertd:     Enabled
   9) Default Class of Service Configuration:
  10) Enable default backup schedule:          yes
  c) Collapse menu
  r) Start servers after configuration     yes
   s) Save config to file
 q) Quit
 
7.
Type r to return to the Main menu.
8.
Enter 3 to select zimbra-store from the Main menu. The Store configuration menu displays.
9.
Type 4 and type the admin password. The password must be six or more characters. Press Enter.
Enable version update checks and Enable version update notifications are set to TRUE. ZCS automatically checks for the latest ZCS software updates and notifies the account that is configured in Version update notification email. You can modify this later from the administration console.
 
2) Create Admin User:                     yes
3) Admin user to create:                  admin@mailhost.example.com
5) Anti-virus quarantine user:            virus-quarantine.zodi72xmm6@mailhost.example.com
9) SMTP host:                             mailhost.example.com
18) Spell server URL:      http://mailhost.example.com :7780/aspell.php
10.
Type r to return to the Main menu.
11.
If you want to change the default Class of Service settings for new features that are listed here, type 9 for Default Class of Service Configuration. Then type the number for the feature to be enabled or disabled. Changes you make here are reflected in the default COS configuration.
12.
If no other defaults need to be changed, type a to apply the configuration changes. Press Enter.
 
 
13.
When Save Configuration data to file appears, type Yes and press Enter.
 
 
14.
The next request asks where to save the files. To accept the default, press Enter. To save the files to another directory, enter the directory and then press Enter.
 
 
15.
When The system will be modified - continue? appears, type Yes and press Enter.
The server is modified. Installing all the components and configuring the server can take several minutes. Components that are installed include spam training and documents (wiki) accounts, time zone preferences, backup schedules, as well as common zimlets.
 
 
16.
When Configuration complete - press return to exit displays, press Enter.
 
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