Zimbra Installation on fedora 8

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  1. shoaibahmedbaig

    shoaibahmedbaig New Member

    HI guys ,

    i really like this forums becz it really help me in to use the Linux - Currently i m using fedora core 8 - now i m currently deploying Zimbra Mail Server - can u guys posted the installation of Zimbra -

    i need it urgenlty waiting for ur kind response-

    Kind Regards,

  2. mannes

    mannes New Member

    with a few tweaks, you should be able get a RHEL 4 or 5 package run on an Fedora8 box. Have a look at this:

    1. this should get you an idea on how to modify your system to look as if it was a RHEL box


    2. quote

    The Fedora Core 5 binaries will install on FC6 with a few kludges;

    zimbra install.sh script will barf on libstdc++.so.6, so create a link:
    # ln -s /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6 /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.5

    Also, ldap at least is started via sudo from the setup.pl script, so you will need to edit the sudoers file with visudo to get rid of the requiretty line;
    # Defaults requiretty

    Then the install script should *just work*

    3. use this:


    it's the best step-by-step howto (just ignore the debian specific parts, but keep the others regarding the configuration of hosts file, dns declaration etc)

    It worked for me for a RHEL4 package on a FC6 box
  3. christensen143

    christensen143 New Member HowtoForge Supporter

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