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    Managed to get ZCS 4.5 installed on SUSE Linux 10.1 thanks especially to Sticky's detailed SuSE Linux installation instructions in this forum.

    All the services are running, but when I go to http://[myhostname.domain.com], I just get a default Apache screen. I have tried https://[myhostname.domain.com]:7071/zimbraAdmin and it doesn't work either. Actually the htdocs directory of Apache contains only a practically empty directory called zimbra but no sign of zimbraAdmin.

    I have a separate Apache instance running on port 80, that serves up my web pages and the Zimbra installation had mentioned a port conflict.

    All help is much appreciated.

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    Thanks for the links to the wiki - they are exactly the kind of info I am looking for.

    My dedicated server already had Apache, MySQL5 and PHP5 installed. The Zimbra install seems to have handled MySQL and PHP fine, but I now have two Apache servers running. During the install setup I specified different ports for Zimbra (7080 for http, 7443 for https). However I still can't get to the admin console in the browser.

    How would you go about handling the two Apache servers - use only one and if so which one? I already have a number of web sites running on the original apache server install.

    I am running SuSE Linux 10.1 without a Firewall and all the Zimbra services are installed and running - so I am 90% there. I just can't get to the admin console in the browser to set up the user accounts etc or get user access to the Zimbra screens themselves.

    Once again thanks for your hints.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pban02 View Post
    During the install setup I specified different ports for Zimbra (7080 for http, 7443 for https). However I still can't get to the admin console in the browser.
    If you can't get to the admin ui then tomcat is probably not running. What does 'zmcontrol status' show when run as the zimbra user? Is there anything n any of the logs that show errors?
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    That makes sense, but Tomcat seems to be running. There is probably a problem with the Tomcat interaction with the two Apache servers.

    Here is the output you requested:

    > zmcontrol status
    Host [hostname.domainame].com
    antispam Running
    antivirus Running
    ldap Running
    logger Running
    mailbox Running
    mta Running
    snmp Running
    spell Stopped
    zmapachectl is not running
    > /opt/zimbra/bin/tomcat status
    >
    > /opt/zimbra/bin/tomcat start
    Error: tomcat already running
    >
    Last edited by pban02; 08-01-2007 at 10:59 AM.

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