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    Default [SOLVED] Completing line Zimbra/OS Version in the profile

    Hello
    Ok, I am a newbie, and not very good at computer features.

    So in order to complete my profile for other people being able to help me, I need to be helped to complete this line.

    -What does OS mean ? (English isn't definitely my mother tongue)

    -How can I launch Zmcontrol ?

    I've searched in the FAQ and in the forum, but I found no solution to my problem.


    Thanks in advance for your help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giulia View Post
    Hello
    Ok, I am a newbie, and not very good at computer features.

    So in order to complete my profile for other people being able to help me, I need to be helped to complete this line.

    -What does OS mean ? (English isn't definitely my mother tongue)
    It means Operating System.

    Quote Originally Posted by Giulia View Post
    -How can I launch Zmcontrol ?
    Open a terminal session as the root user then change to the zimbra user with:

    Code:
    su - zimbra
    zmcontrol status
    You've posted in the Zimbra Desktop forum, is your problem with Desktop as the zmcontrol command isn't available with Zimbra Desktop.

    Quote Originally Posted by Giulia View Post
    I've searched in the FAQ and in the forum, but I found no solution to my problem.
    What is your problem?
    Last edited by phoenix; 06-17-2009 at 07:38 AM.
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    Hi Bill,
    Thanks for your quick reply

    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    It means Operating SYstem.
    Like Linux, Ubentu... ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Giulia View Post
    -How can I launch Zmcontrol ?[/QUOTE}Open a terminal session as the root user then change to the zimbra user with:

    Code:
    su - zimbra
    zmcontrol status
    You've posted in the Zimbra Desktop forum, is your problem with Desktop as the zmcontrol command isn't available with Zimbra Desktop.
    Ok, one step at time
    In fact, I want to know which version I have, and the command I have to complete doesn't seem to be available on Zimbra Desktop.

    What is your problem?
    I posted this message because I found no answer in the previous posts and in the FAQ
    Last edited by Giulia; 06-17-2009 at 08:06 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giulia View Post
    Hi Bill,
    Thanks for your quick reply


    Like Linux, Ubentu... ?
    Yes, that's correct - openSUSE, Ubuntu, Debian, Windows etc....


    Quote Originally Posted by Giulia View Post
    Ok, one step at time
    In fact, I want to know which version I have, and I the command I have to complete doesn't seem to be available on Zimbra Desktop.
    OK, for the Desktop you need to start the UI (that's your Desktop Interface, click on the desktop icon to start it) then in the bottom right of the interface you'll see a little 'gear wheel' icon. Left-click on that icon then on the 'About...' - the first line of that will tell you which version you've got installed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    Yes, that's correct - openSUSE, Ubuntu, Debian, Windows etc....
    Ok great ! Thanks for your reply


    OK, for the Desktop you need to start the UI (that's your Desktop Interface, click on the desktop icon to start it) then in the bottom right of the interface you'll see a little 'gear wheel' icon. Left-click on that icon then on the 'About...' - the first line of that will tell you which version you've got installed.
    I have read at least 10 times the sentence, I don't understand the meaning of Desktop Interface....
    My Windows is in French, so translating the buttons is not always the easiest task..... :/

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    Il ya un petit bouton en bas à droite de l'interface pour le Desktop, cliquez sur ce bouton et vous verrez le "About..." cliquez sur cette option pour la version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    Il ya un petit bouton en bas à droite de l'interface pour le Desktop, cliquez sur ce bouton et vous verrez le "About..." cliquez sur cette option pour la version.
    Ok, I have clicked on "Propriétés", but I haven't seen the "About button Or I am totally dumb, or there is a bug somewhere.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giulia View Post
    Ok, I have clicked on "Propriétés", but I haven't seen the "About button Or I am totally dumb, or there is a bug somewhere.....
    No, it's my fault. I keep forgetting that Desktop on Windows has the systray icon. The following picture will show you where the information.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    No, it's my fault. I keep forgetting that Desktop on Windows has the systray icon. The following picture will show you where the information.
    Ok, great

    Thanks for your reply

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    Sorry it took me so long to get there. In addition to the version could you also add the Build Number to your profile.
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