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    Default install issue in ubuntu 10.04 64bit

    executed the install sudo ./whatever.pl

    accepted all of the default locations.

    the only problem I have is it creates an icon on the desktop that root only has permissions too.

    after changing permission on the desktop launcher I still cannot execute ZD 2b4.

    running Ubuntu 10.04 64bit. All of the previous beta's installed with no issues whatsoever.

    thanks
    j

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    Zimbra Desktop 2 FAQ - Zimbra :: Wiki

    "On Linux, the default install location /opt/zimbra/zdesktop often requires root permission. If that is the case, please run Linux installer as root. Answer "No" when is asked to "continue to install data files for user: root". Login as regular user to complete the second part of the installation. "

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmhe View Post
    Zimbra Desktop 2 FAQ - Zimbra :: Wiki

    "On Linux, the default install location /opt/zimbra/zdesktop often requires root permission. If that is the case, please run Linux installer as root. Answer "No" when is asked to "continue to install data files for user: root". Login as regular user to complete the second part of the installation. "

    boy does it help to read the installation instructions!!!

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