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Thread: Couldn't load XPCOM.

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    tuxdna is offline Starter Member
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    The installation script must detect the architecture automatically and warn the user about incompatible architecture.

    On Fedora 16 x86_64 this was resolved like so:

    yum install xulrunner-8.0-1.fc16.i686

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    Default Couldn't load XPCOM. fix 64.bit ubuntu 12.04

    hi guys,
    i had a same problem, but i could fix it. this is the command;

    cd /lib64
    ln -s /opt/zimbra/zdesktop/lib/libzimbra-native.so

    after this, you can open the zimbra desktop

    good luck ...

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    After chasing my tail on this one with none of the above solutions having worked for me I finally PAID ATTENTION TO THE INSTALLATION MESSAGE! LOL!

    "WARNING: ia32-libs is missing for x86_64 platform. This package is required to run Zimbra Desktop on 64-bit Linux."

    It doesn't abort the installation so I glossed over it.

    MESSAGE TO VMWare ZDesktop Package Maintainer - it should probably abort the installation if the ia32-libs are missing (um just like every other software packaging tool does) since the application won't run without them on a 64-bit system.

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