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    Default Installation on UBUNTU 6.0 LTS

    I am a newbie on both linux and zimbra so please excuse these questions. I have installed ubuntu server on a server. I have seen some of the write ups on configuring the server which I think I have done. My question is how do I get the install files on to the server from Zimbra with only a command line at my disposal? Thanks for any help. I am trying to evaluate Zimbra as a replacement for exchange.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joel1943 View Post
    I am a newbie on both linux and zimbra so please excuse these questions. I have installed ubuntu server on a server. I have seen some of the write ups on configuring the server which I think I have done. My question is how do I get the install files on to the server from Zimbra with only a command line at my disposal? Thanks for any help. I am trying to evaluate Zimbra as a replacement for exchange.
    If you mean the actual Zimbra packages you can do a few things. Is this form a Windows machine to a Linux machine you would like to copy?

    If the Linux machine has internet access currently the easiest would be to use 'wget' if it's installed or 'links'. Links is just a text based web viewer and you could browse to the files and save them locally that way. Or if you could get the actual download url you could run "wget "http://url.to.files"

    If you have the packages already on a Windows machine and would like to just get them to the Linux machine you can use pscp.exe for windows to scp (SSH Copy) the files to the Linux machine -OR- if you have an ftp server running on the Linux machine, ftp the files up.

    Pick your poison and I/we/someone can give you details on specific command syntax (ftp/scp/wget what have you)

    Regards,
    Lonny

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    Thanks Lonny, wget did the trick.

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    Glad to help .. now the real fun begins

    Regards,
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