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    Default [SOLVED] Total newb, having trouble simply executing the 5.0.6 file. Pls help.

    Nm......................
    Last edited by Linuxwho; 04-06-2009 at 07:11 PM.

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    Welcome to the forums,
    Quote Originally Posted by Linuxwho? View Post
    Nm......................
    I gather you figured you had to:
    tar -xzvf file
    cd dir
    ./install.sh

    However, since this is your first install you shouldn't be using the 5.0.6 community build from SF, as of 5.0.9 now officially build for that platform - current version on the Zimbra open source downloads page is 5.0.14.

    Quote Originally Posted by Linuxwho? View Post
    Hi everyone,

    I am looking forward to trying out version 5.0.6 on my Ubuntu 8.04 server but I have no idea how to execute the "zcs-5.0.6_GA_2314.UBUNTU8.FRANKLIN" file. I have never heard of a .franklin file before.

    Here's what my cli looks like but I am obviously not getting it to install Any ideas on what I am doing wrong?:

    "*root@ubuntu:/tmp#* install zcs-5.0.6_GA_2314.UBUNTU8.FRANKLIN -t /etc
    install: omitting directory `zcs-5.0.6_GA_2314.UBUNTU8.FRANKLIN'"
    Tidbit: Franklin's the 5.0 'branch', GnR is 6.0
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    Thanks for the reply. The install guide "http://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?title=Ubuntu_8.04_LTS_Server_(Hardy_Hero n)_Install_Guide#Installing_ZCS" says to "tar -xzf zc*" which is a little different. I am not sure why.

    "build from SF"
    I do not know what that means..source file? (I know I am new to linux and zimbra both - sorry)

    "as of 5.0.9 now officially build for that platform - current version on the Zimbra open source downloads page is 5.0.14."

    Sorry what does "as of 5.0.9 mean?" Are you trying to say I should be using a later version? I am not understanding your sentence. I thought later versions were mpore like betas and should be avoided (I am used to microsoft).

    "Tidbit: Franklin's the 5.0 'branch', GnR is 6.0"

    I don't know what a branch is or a GNR sorry. Yep I am totally new but I will try to figure out what you are saying on my own I guess but right now sounds like Chinese

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    Go to the other thread that you've started and answer the questions there.
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    Ok. Thanks. I think I understand what he is saying now. He is saying use 5.0.9 or LATER. Ok. Will do.

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