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Thread: Perl Modules problem uisng Network Trial Version w/RHEL4

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    Default Perl Modules problem uisng Network Trial Version w/RHEL4

    Hi all !,

    We are tring network version of zimbra to decide buying it or not.
    OS is RHEL version 4 Update 2.
    There was not problem on zimbra instalation.
    But amavis does not start.

    I tried this:

    # su - zimbra
    $ zmamavisdctl start
    and GET:
    $ ERROR: MISSING REQUIRED BASIC MODULES:
    Time::HiRes
    Unix::Syslog
    Compress::Zlib

    But I have installed those modules from cpan (as root).

    What could be wrong ?.

    Than you !!.

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    Default More, modules EXISTS on zimbra directory !

    Quote Originally Posted by kevork
    Hi all !,

    We are tring network version of zimbra to decide buying it or not.
    OS is RHEL version 4 Update 2.
    There was not problem on zimbra instalation.
    But amavis does not start.

    I tried this:

    # su - zimbra
    $ zmamavisdctl start
    and GET:
    $ ERROR: MISSING REQUIRED BASIC MODULES:
    Time::HiRes
    Unix::Syslog
    Compress::Zlib

    But I have installed those modules from cpan (as root).

    What could be wrong ?.

    Than you !!.

    More strange, those modules ARE on /opt/zimbra/zimbramon/lib/i386-linux-thread-multi tree !!.

    :-//

    Thanks for any AD !

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    Are you on a 64bit box? At this time we compile for 32bit so it's best if you use 32bit RedHat.
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

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    Default 64/32

    Oh yes, we are at 64bit box ...

    So, there is no way (now) to get it running on 64bit ?.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevork
    Oh yes, we are at 64bit box ...

    So, there is no way (now) to get it running on 64bit ?.
    Just install 32bit RedHat. Most of our servers in house are AMD64 but we run 32bit RedHat on them.
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

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    OK, thanks for your anser !.

    Do you have planned to release 64bit version some time ?.

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    Sometime? Yes. Sometime soon? Doubt it. It's just a recompile for us but explodes our build/test matrix across all the OS's. So for now we are holding off.
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

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    OK, thank you then.
    We are know going to 32bit.

    I have another question but I think something about it may be on other thread, it is about using a pre-existing LDAP server (that acts as auth backend for samba and the old mail server). I want to know how to use it in my new (on going) zimbra installation. Do yo have some tip at the hand ?.

    Thank you again !.

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    After you get Zimbra install in the Admin UI you can configure external LDAP auth against your current directory.
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

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    Thank you for this advice.

    Is it possible to get all existing users on the external ldap (actually samba users also) to be users on the whole zimbra ?, and import all mails from the old mail server (imap/pop) to zimbra ?

    What at last need is to have the user exists on zimbra when we add the user on the ldap server ...

    Thanks again !.

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