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Thread: Fedora Core 4 how-to

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    Default glad I'm on a 32 bit system

    looks like more issues for your 64 bit...

    from my limited knowledge, it looks as if mysql is not coming up.

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    Default smooth install except ....

    [zimbra@www bin]$ ./tomcat start
    ERROR: service.FAILURE (system failure: getDirectContext) (cause: javax.naming.CommunicationException localhost:389)


    is the error I'm getting.
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    Default

    You should put that in the search field of the forums, it's been widely covered.

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    Default libstdc++.so.5 not found

    Hi,

    We have a problem while trying to run install.sh of Zimbra on linux (Fedora core 4), the problem is when we run this executable install.sh, the process is being stopped saying that libstdc++.so.5 is not found but we have libstdc++.so.6. Will be so thankful if anyone of you help me in resolving this problem.

    Regards-Raghu

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    Hi

    Welcome to the forums.

    You would be better starting a new thread if you have a problem, your post can get 'lost' in a long thread.

    Have you tried installing the Compatibility Libraries for C++ which, I believe, contain that library.
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    Default Thank You!!!

    Well you instructions put me on the right path... Also I had to hack the hosts part a bit but once that worked I was fine.. Had to install twice but who cares bout that...

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    Exclamation unicode_start

    Quote Originally Posted by gzoug View Post
    nope!... problem solved (?)

    /etc/sysconfig/i18n:

    removed any .UTF encoding and now config is finished like a charm... (I hope)

    just looked in /etc/profile.d/keys.sh: unicode_start is executed when support for UTF in local lang is requested. FC4's bug or zimbra's? Missing something?
    starting in runlevel 3 also seems to fix the unicode_start issue.

    I got it using rhel4(latest patches including kernel) zcs 4.51 to repo:
    boot to run level 5 on the server
    Press CTRL_ALT-F1 for screen console
    su - zimbra
    zmcontrol status
    during the wait press CTRL_ALT-F2 CTRL_ALT-F3
    when you get to login lots of unicode_start processes lying around.

    when i do this in runlevel 3 i get the same effect but the unicode_start processes die
    quickly.

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