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    nin007 is offline Junior Member
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    I had perl 5.10.1 installed but it gave the same error, so I upgraded to perl 5.18.0

    I also have VMware tools installed

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    So I had been using the old Turnkey version Zimbra. Today, I downloaded the latest community version and tried to install it on my recent vintage 64-bit Fedora machine.

    Got the same error
    perl: symbol lookup error: /opt/zimbra/zimbramon/lib/x86_64-linux-thread-multi/auto/Socket/Socket.so: undefined symbol: Perl_Istack_sp_ptr

    and in spite of of looking in many forums, I don't see an answer anywhere.

    perl -v returns

    This is perl 5, version 14, subversion 4 (v5.14.4) built for x86_64-linux-thread-multi

    Any idea how I can get zimbra to install?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhjdhj View Post
    Any idea how I can get zimbra to install?
    Yes, you should install ZCS on a supported platform (i.e. one for which it is built) not a bleeding edge consumer grade operating system.
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    I'm on Fedora 17, hardly bleeding edge. But it's supposed to be pretty much the same as RH stuff --- hard to believe that Zimbra can't run in this platform

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    Binary builds are platform specific. If you want to use an unsupported platform, then you can expect to hit issues unless you take the time to build out Zimbra yourself for your specific platform. I.e., it is not that Zimbra can't run in the platform, it is that you are using binaries built out for a very specific platform on a different platform. If you want to use something RHEL based, I would note CentOS is fully supported with ZCS8.0.4 and later.
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    Yeah, I'm working on getting the source from git right now --- don't know why they had to go to the trouble of requiring ssh keys, just to pull down the repository.

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