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    Default Installation ZCS7 on Ubuntu 10.04.2 amd64 problem

    Code:
    Checking for prerequisites...
         FOUND: NPTL
         MISSING: sudo
         MISSING: libidn
         MISSING: gmp
         FOUND: /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6
    Checking for suggested prerequisites...
         MISSING: sysstat does not appear to be installed.
         MISSING: sqlite does not appear to be installed.
    
    ###WARNING###
    
    The suggested version of one or more packages is not installed.
    This could cause problems with the operation of Zimbra.
    But this packages installed.
    I edit installation script and skip it.
    New problem:
    Code:
    Checking for installable packages
    
    
    ERROR: Required Core package zimbra-core not found in ./packages
    Exiting

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    Quote Originally Posted by nonname123 View Post
    Code:
    Checking for prerequisites...
         FOUND: NPTL
         MISSING: sudo
         MISSING: libidn
         MISSING: gmp
         FOUND: /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6
    Checking for suggested prerequisites...
         MISSING: sysstat does not appear to be installed.
         MISSING: sqlite does not appear to be installed.
    
    ###WARNING###
    
    The suggested version of one or more packages is not installed.
    This could cause problems with the operation of Zimbra.
    But this packages installed.
    According to the installer those packages aren't installed or not at the required version. You need to provide some evidence that they are actually installed.

    Quote Originally Posted by nonname123 View Post
    I edit installation script and skip it.
    That's rather a strange thing to do, they're prerequisites i.e. required.

    Quote Originally Posted by nonname123 View Post
    New problem:
    You're surprised by that?

    Which Zimbra binary file did you download (the exact filename) and which architecture is your server.
    Regards


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    I installing ZCS 7 on new system and download packages (x64) for ubuntu 10.04 (x64).
    http://files2.zimbra.com/downloads/7...0127202143.tgz
    Code:
         MISSING: sudo
         MISSING: libidn
         MISSING: gmp
    This packages are include in system by default.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nonname123 View Post
    I installing ZCS 7 on new system and download packages (x64) for ubuntu 10.04 (x64).
    http://files2.zimbra.com/downloads/7...0127202143.tgz
    Code:
         MISSING: sudo
         MISSING: libidn
         MISSING: gmp
    This packages are include in system by default.
    I see no such problem, I can only assume you have something wrong with your server install. I've just downloaded the OSS version of ZCS 7 for Ubuntu 10.04 and installed a clean copy of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Server Edition and the following is what I get:

    Code:
    Checking for prerequisites...
         FOUND: NPTL
         FOUND: sudo-1.7.2p1-1ubuntu5.3
         FOUND: libidn11-1.15-2
         FOUND: libpcre3-7.8-3build1
         FOUND: libgmp3c2-2:4.3.2+dfsg-1ubuntu1
         FOUND: libexpat1-2.0.1-7ubuntu1
         FOUND: libstdc++6-4.4.3-4ubuntu5
         MISSING: libperl5.10
    Checking for suggested prerequisites...
         FOUND: perl-5.10.1
         FOUND: sysstat
         MISSING: sqlite3 does not appear to be installed.
    
    ###WARNING###
    
    The suggested version of one or more packages is not installed.
    This could cause problems with the operation of Zimbra.
    Regards


    Bill


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    Мaybe it's because I used Ubuntu 10.04.2. But i use CentOS 5.5 and it's working good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nonname123 View Post
    Мaybe it's because I used Ubuntu 10.04.2
    That is the current download version and the one I have installed.

    Quote Originally Posted by nonname123 View Post
    But i use CentOS 5.5 and it's working good.
    That's a much better choice.
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    No, I run FOSS 7 on Ubuntu LTS 10.04.2

    pco@support@mail:~$ lsb_release -a
    No LSB modules are available.
    Distributor ID: Ubuntu
    Description: Ubuntu 10.04.2 LTS
    Release: 10.04
    Codename: lucid

    I did a server install and chose only the following:
    openssh server and DNS server during my server install.

    What did you do?
    So, all I'm saying is that 64 bit works on the Ubuntu release in question.

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    I install on my Ubuntu 10.04.2 box daily, and I have no such issue. It looks to me that you are missing packages. Maybe your deb installation database is corrupted. That happens periodically.
    Quanah Gibson-Mount
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    Smile ZCS Install.sh

    You have downloaded the wrong zcs package for your OS. I accidentally used CentOS version for UBUNTU and even though the code exists in the .sh file, it it will fail on the library check for prerequisite packages. Download the correct version from Zimbra.

    Thanks,
    G

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    Quote Originally Posted by goukaradi View Post
    You have downloaded the wrong zcs package for your OS. I accidentally used CentOS version for UBUNTU and even though the code exists in the .sh file, it it will fail on the library check for prerequisite packages. Download the correct version from Zimbra.

    Thanks,
    G
    Very old tread . But i use the correct package. See link
    Quote Originally Posted by nonname123 View Post
    I installing ZCS 7 on new system and download packages (x64) for ubuntu 10.04 (x64).
    http://files2.zimbra.com/downloads/7...0127202143.tgz
    Code:
         MISSING: sudo
         MISSING: libidn
         MISSING: gmp
    This packages are include in system by default.

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