Linux and Windows fails to start
I have been looking forward to this extra bit of functionality to the Zimbra line up. I had a couple of hours today to play and just off the top on the first attempt, the desktop software installs on Windows and Ubuntu 6.10 (well nearly- hangs when starting service) but no connection can be made to the localhost/port using the required URL. This is, I strongly suspect, because the zdesktop service reports status as not running and fails to start ;-)
Other than the need for certain software ie Java from the install are there any 'not-requirements' such as dont have another webserver installed or any other Java install etc.
Not much in the logs for install, just in the terminal I see:
log4j:WARN No appenders could be found for logger (org.apache.commons.httpclient.HttpClient).
log4j:WARN Please initialize the log4j system properly.
Error: invoke Connection refused, server: localhost
To save a bit of time on my part, any hints would be welcome!
to answer both questions....
I didn't get as far as setting up the server name etc., it failed after attempting to start the daemon/service before any configuration dialogue. Is that part of the basic install? In which case it could be said not to have installed properly I guess.
Yes both windows XP and linux versions had similar issues although the toaster configured and worked fine on the XP talking to the Zimbra server, so it would feel like Java itself is working for it.