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    Now, what would a Linux guy do about this same error on a Linux box?

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    What about for Macs???? I downloaded the Mac version of Desktop, it saved to my desktop..... and when I click on it for the first time, it comes up with a blank white pop-up and has that local host error...the 7633 one.

    Any ideas???

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    I am getting the same error on both Ubuntu Linux Gutsy and Hardy. I tried to restart the zdesktop service, but that did not help. The software actually did work well for some time, but all of the sudden it stopped working with that error. I would agree with the theory of the service not running, but I have not been able to correct it with starting the service.

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    If you see something like "failed to inject zimlets" or "can't connect to localhost:7633" during or right after installation, it means somehow the backend service failed to start up. Please see if you can find any errors in logs under <install>/log. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleLebowski View Post
    Now, what would a Linux guy do about this same error on a Linux box?
    I am running Kubuntu (Hardy Heron, 64-bit) and have done the following to autostart the daemon on login:

    1.) Opened a terminal (konsole)
    2.) Changed to the directory ~/.kde/Autostart (the tilde means "User's home directory)
    3.) Created a script called "ZimbraDesktop.sh" with the following contents"

    Code:
    #!/bin/sh
    /home/alan/zimbra/zdesktop/zdesktop start
    
    exit 0
    4.) chmod the script with 755 permissions to make is executeable ('chmod 755 ZimbraDesktop.sh')

    I have not had any problems since. If you are running Ubuntu with the Gnome desktop, I believe you can autostart programs from the GUI using a session manager in the Sytem menu, but I am not sure of the exact steps to do that.

    I hope this helps.

    -SilkBC

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