you da man
you da man
I'm doomed I guess. I'm getting an error installing the M2 after running the update script. While checking for prerequisites /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.5...MISSING
So now I have a dependency hell?
Run a search. This have been covered here a couple times.Quote:
Originally Posted by agnOstos
I'm retarded tonight I guess. My search for /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.5...MISSING
isn't turning up anything.
Found it here. http://www.zimbra.com/forums/installation/775-problems-fresh-open-source-installation.html
wget http://rpmfind.net/linux/fedora/core...3.4.2.i386.rpm will fix the problem. Then just install the rpm and re-run the zimbra m2 install.
I tried to start up ldap manually and it doesn't start. Same error. Any ideas?Quote:
Originally Posted by DanCody
If Zimbra cannot connect to LDAP, there are only a couple of possible options.
The most common is when you re-installed, zimbra's stored passwords got out of sync with mysql and/or LDAP
How I solved it was unstalling everything, and running a yum update...then installing agian.
That's what I'm trying. I hope it works, I have way too many hours into this now.Quote:
Originally Posted by wannabetenor
I had M1 running on HTTPS only, and after the upgrade, it's running on HTTP only.
Is there a "zm" command to change this or does the HTTP/ssl conf file need changed?
zmtlsctl is what you're looking for.
thanks for getting this upgrade script out to us; before i go with it, i have a few questions.
1. is it specific to the Open Source version, or will it work for M1->M2/Network
2. we have confirmed success with this, right? :)
Also, a feature suggestion, something like POPFile, bayesian automatic classification (or suggestion) of "categories" for incoming mail. Something like, "Zimbra thinks this mail should be marked as School/Friends". Something else to differentiate you. Kinda. ;)