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    david.didier is offline Junior Member
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    Default su /bin/bash permission denied

    I've add zimbra to init.d, but when fed 4 starts up I have this message.

    Anyone has a solution,

    Thanks in advance,

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    Have you had a look at the permissions for the 'zimbra' file?
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    Yes,

    777 and zimbra user has all rights on the server.

    Thanks in advance.

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    That should be owner/group as root for that file not zimbra.
    Last edited by phoenix; 05-11-2006 at 10:32 AM.
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    Maybe try the zmfixperms.sh script in libexec.

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    It's the same, "permission denied"

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    Try this.

    login as root then run:

    su - zimbra

    Get the error? If not run:

    sudo /opt/zimbra/bin/tomcat restart

    Get the error?
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    su - zimbra
    OK

    sudo /opt/zimbra/bin/tomcat restart
    >Password:


    I can't find the password even with the root password

    Do you have an idea ?

    Thanks in advance.
    DD

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    Ok scratch that. We run a different script for tomcat under sudo. Try as root running

    su - root
    sh -x /etc/inid.d/zimbra

    This should dump all the shell calls.
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    I didn't find the solution but there is no more problem after a clean installation of Fedora.

    Thanks

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