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Thread: Error install zimbra 5.0.11 on Fedora 10

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    Default Error install zimbra 5.0.11 on Fedora 10

    At installation zcs-5.0.11_GA_2695.F7.20081117055558 on Fedora 10 (i386) I receive an error:
    /usr/bin/perl: symbol lookup error:/opt/zimbra/zimbramon/lib/i386-linux-thread-multi/auto/IO/IO.so: undefined symbol: Perl_Tstack_sp_ptr

    It is probable is connected by that is used perl v5.10.0.

    How it is possible to solve this problem?

    I will forgive to help.

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    this is a problem with a lot of newer versions of some distributions like opensuse 11. the solution is to use a supported platform.

    see this page for supported platforms

    Zimbra Product Portal

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    Thanks. I in course.
    For zimbra 5 it is possible to use only fedora 7.
    But also on fedora 8 zimbra it is perfectly installed and works.
    Probably there is a way of start zimbra 5 on fedora 10.

    By the way, whether probably to download the beta version zimbra 6?

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    As bdial has said install on a supported platform. With respect to version 6 have a read of :- http://www.zimbra.com/forums/announc...uns-roses.html.

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    Default Any solution for zcs 5 installation on FC 10?

    Hi, everyone.

    I got the same problem. The error message is '/usr/bin/perl: symbol lookup error: /opt/zimbra/zimbramon/lib/i586-linux-thread-multi/auto/IO/IO.so: undefined symbol: Perl_Tstack_sp_ptr'.

    Did you figure out the solution for zcs 5 installation on FC 10 yet?

    Thank you for your reply.


    David

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidxia View Post
    Did you figure out the solution for zcs 5 installation on FC 10 yet?
    As per the posts above, install ZImbra on a supported platform if you want it to work correctly and preferably not a bleeding edge distribution - that isn't a good idea if you want a reliable mail server.
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    as mentioned above, if you want a stable system,
    fedora is a very bad idea.

    bleeding edge actually means, you get all the latest version of any package you may care about - which is fine for certain people.

    the exclamation mark is on bleeding edge, even, for lack of a better term, "cutting edge" would be a more stable platform.

    fedora is about you're on your own, if you break it, you get to keep the pieces.

    server-grade Linux-OS like debian( yuck, don't get me started :-O ) or RHEL/OEL/CentOS/SL/PU_IAS/etc are way more conservative.

    they or a certain PNALV freeze (important) packages at a certain amount of time and spend the next weeks/months/years! on fixing known/upcoming bugs.

    then those "frozen" packages/revisions eventually make it into a release-grade server-OS, where the important packages stay at their current revision, with only bugfixes and eventually some enhancements thrown in.

    there are two things you might want to consider, do you want to upgrade your production system with every fedora/ubuntu/opensuse/whatever release, which may occur within every 6 months or do you want to use a stable platform that is supported either upstream or thru 3rd party for the next 5-7 years?

    if you want or think you may need bleeding edge, go for fedora/ubuntu,
    if you want long-term support and stability go for debian or centos
    or even buy the real thing and go for RHEL or SLES.

    but then you wouldn't be thinking about using fedora in the first place :-)

    regards
    stk

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    Exclamation Zimbra on Fedora 10

    Hello!

    I have successful installed Zimbra on Fedora Core 10. But in first attempt, I get this error:
    /usr/bin/perl: symbol lookup error: /opt/zimbra/zimbramon/lib/i386-linux-thread-multi/auto/IO/IO.so: undefined symbol: Perl_Tstack_sp_ptr

    Assuming You have downloaded Zimbra for FC7 or RHEL5, in a shell as root, go to directory with your Zimbra installation files and try this:
    Code:
    ./install.sh  -u
    yum install -y perl-CPAN compat-libstdc++*
    cpan -i Net::DNS
    ./install.sh  --platform-override
    Copy and past, don't worry

    If still have troubles, but passed the:
    Code:
    zimbra-spell......zimbra-spell-xxxx.i386.rpm...done
    ... Assuming You have Perl v5.10.0 (change the path to match your version), do this :
    Code:
    cp -prfv /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.10.0/i386-linux-thread-multi/* \ 
    /opt/zimbra/zimbramon/lib/i386-linux-thread-multi/
    /opt/zimbra/libexec/zmsetup.pl
    ... And the installation will continue.

    Regards,
    Sthenley Macedo
    Last edited by sthenley; 04-14-2009 at 04:16 AM.

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    I think You can use i586-linux-thread-multi directory, Vavai. The difference is about compilation for your plataform.

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