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Thread: [SOLVED] Hi, Any support on ubuntu 7.04b?

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    raynix is offline Project Contributor
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    Arrow [SOLVED] Hi, Any support on ubuntu 7.04b?

    Hi all,

    I just tried zimbra 4.5.3 for ubuntu 6, on a ubuntu 7.04b box. I got this EVEN If I had these packages:

    Checking for prerequisites...
    NPTL...FOUND
    sudo...MISSING
    libidn...MISSING
    curl...MISSING
    fetchmail...MISSING
    gmp...MISSING
    /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.5...MISSING


    Where should I check to let zimbra use new packages?

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    Seems like you would need to 'apt-get' those missing packages then try reinstalling ZCS.

    host:~ # apt-get sudo
    etc
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    Thanks, but you didn't read my post. Do you think I got a ubuntu without sudo?

    BTW, it's apt-get install sudo ;-)

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    You can get anything without any packages... it will just break the hell out of the system, depending on what packages you fail to install. But yes, I did miss the 'even if i have these pacakges' comment in your post. That changes everything.

    No clue, you stumped me.

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    Switch to an OS that is supported (and that doesn't monumentally suck).
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    Ok, easy. Sorry for that.

    There's a $PLATFORM judgment in install script, anything to do with it? Or how can I make this script think it's on ubuntu6?

    I like ubuntu6, but it DOES NOT support my new motherboard...

    Anyways, thanks for your replies.

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    I posted install workaround for debian etch, try that, in all likelihood it will work as feisty is a vaguely derivative work.

    actually dont do that, read below
    Last edited by dijichi2; 03-27-2007 at 05:13 AM.

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    Default Workarounds for Ubuntu 7.04 Feisty

    sudo apt-get install fetchmail # this is needed anyway, seems to be only thing missing with default feisty install

    then either:

    1) edit /etc/lsb-release
    change
    DISTRIB_RELEASE=7.04
    to
    DISTRIB_RELEASE=6

    or

    2)
    edit util/utilfunc.sh
    change
    if [ $PLATFORM = "DEBIAN3.1" -o $PLATFORM = "UBUNTU6" ]; then
    to
    if [ $PLATFORM = "DEBIAN3.1" -o $PLATFORM = "UBUNTU6" -o $PLATFORM = "UBUNTUUNKNOWN" ]; then

    change
    if [ $PLATFORM = "UBUNTU6" ]; then
    to
    if [ $PLATFORM = "UBUNTU6" -o $PLATFORM = "UBUNTUUNKNOWN" ]; then

    edit
    util/modules/platform.sh
    change
    if [ $PLATFORM = "DEBIAN3.1" -o $PLATFORM = "MANDRIVA2006" -o $PLATFORM = "UBUNTU6" ]; then
    to
    if [ $PLATFORM = "DEBIAN3.1" -o $PLATFORM = "MANDRIVA2006" -o $PLATFORM = "UBUNTU6" -o $PLATFORM = "UBUNTUUNKNOWN" ]; then

    they both do pretty much same thing so 1) is easier, just change it back when install finished.

    As usual, this is not recommended for production servers! YMMV.

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    Thanks, dijichi2!!!

    I will try your approach, option 1 probably

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    Good news, dijichi2's solution works!! Thanks again!!!

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    Hi just out of interest we tried this on a duo board all seems to fundamentally work fine but the queues aren't showing up in the GUI. Similar error to one that was found a while back with the SSH and the identities in the zimbra home .ssh directory. That doesnt cure it, however for a basic test environ on the new boards I can live without the queues showing up for now!

    If I get anywhere on that I will let this thread know, though if others dont have this problem on 7.04 that would be useful to know!

    K

    Edit for clarity - Error Message: system failure: server host.domain.here returned no result
    Error code: service.FAILURE
    Method: ZmCsfeCommand.prototype.invoke
    Details:soap:Receiver
    Last edited by kevindods; 04-18-2007 at 04:41 AM. Reason: Edit for clarity

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