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    gogo543 is offline Intermediate Member
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    Default if this is a potential error

    When I start up my FC4 server, at the screen before you enter your user name and password, where you can click to show all the detail to see if everything start up [OK] or [FAIL] ...

    at the very bottom my FC4 call the zimbra
    the line looks something like this
    zimbra (su /bin/bash) ............................. [FAIL]

    anyone has encounter this problem before?

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    You need to post some detail from the logs and which version of Zimbra you're using. What does 'zmcontrol status' show?
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    sorry where can i find zmcontrol status?

    the error while i start up FC4 is (the screen before the login screen)
    starting zimbra (su: /bin/bash) permission deny

    i check in /opt/zimbra/log/startup.log
    everything get start up properly
    but if i open a browser and type in the mail.domain.com
    it actually load up the login page
    after i type in the admin email and password the click login
    it doesn't seem processing the login it just keep staying on the login page

    if i go to /opt/zimbra/libexec/ then type ./zimbra start (i need to be "su") then everything works i can log in and i can send email (as mentioned in other thread i can't receive email i think there is still something didn't setup properly)
    is it because my tomcat or whatever didn't start up properly?

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    su - zimbra
    zmcontrol status
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    thx bill

    after i start up FC4 and i type exactly what you told me then i got
    "cannot determine services - exiting"

    if i change to "su -" then go to /opt/zimbra/libexec and ./zimbra start
    and do the zmcontrol status again ...
    it shows
    hosting xxx.xxx.xxx (my host)
    and everything is running.

    i think the problem is at the startup my FC4 doesn't launch zimbra properly..
    you know how to solve it?
    i have uninstall and reinstall zimbra many times the problem still exist ...

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    disregard this...
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    chkconfig zimbra on

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    as a "su -" i have try and turn on all levels 0~6 for zimbra
    but zimbra still doesn't start up
    and at the beginning still says /bin/bash/ permission deny

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    What's the output of:

    chkconfig --list zimbra

    What's the permission on the zimbra startup script? If zimbra isn't running after a reboot what happens if you run the following:

    su - zimbra
    zmcontrol start
    zmcontrol status
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    odd. what happens if you do /etc/init.d/zimbra start (after you've stopped everything, obviously) as root?

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