Hello. I've been researching this quite a bit on the forums. I see some similar threads, but none of the solutions worked for me.
I have Zimbra 5.0.4 running on Ubuntu 6.06LTS Desktop, which is running inside a virtual server application. Zimbra works in this configuration (with the exception of the anti-virus/anti-spam deferring all mail when enabled, but thats a separate problem), but I am having trouble with the boot script. When Ubuntu boots, Zimbra starts ldap and logger. I can su root, su zimbra, then zmcontrol status and see the two running. The rest of the services are not running. However, if I zmcontrol stop and zmcontrol start, everything works fine.
If, while logged in as zimbra, I run /etc/init.d/zimbra status, it replies with "Password: ". My root password won't work, the account I logged in doesn't work, nor does the password "zimbra". The same happens for the /etc/init.d/zimbra start and /etc/init.d/zimbra stop commands. When I enter the wrong password, it says
I think it's a permissions problem. It seems like this init script cannot be run entirely with it's current permissions, which is why only certain services start. I am not really familiar with Ubuntu and I have been unable to figure it out yet. It was doing this for a while, so I decided to uninstall and try again. I ran ./install.sh -u, deleted the /opt/zimbra directory, and reinstalled. It's still not booting automatically though. As of right now, I've just completed a fresh install of Zimbra. Any idea on how I can proceed?
zimbra@zimbra:/$ /etc/init.d/zimbra status
su: Authentication failure