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    Default libssl.so.4 on Suse 9.3

    Can someone tell me where FC3 and 4 installs libssl.so.4 from openssl rpm?

    Unfortunately I don't have an Fedora box to look on.

    Thanks,

    -- Trev

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    Oh! I forgot to mention that I have installed M1 RHEL4 binaries on my SL-9.3 box and am trying to get
    things working. It barfs on ldap start with the following:

    zimbra@warhammer:~/bin> ./ldap start
    db_recover: Finding last valid log LSN: file: 1 offset 28
    /opt/zimbra/openldap/libexec/slapd: error while loading shared libraries: libcrypto.so.4: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

    Thanks!

    -- Trev

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    Default Similar to FC4?

    Look for one of the FC4 howtos - these address a similar problem, that's fixable, I believe, with a symlink.

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    Thanks Marc. After searching some more last night I figured it out.

    Now that ldap starts up properly non of the other services do.

    After running zmcontrol start or zimbra start it starts up ldap and the monitoring daemon but that appears to
    be it.

    A zmcontrol status shows the following only:

    zimbra@warhammer:~/bin> ./zmcontrol status
    Calling GetServiceInfoRequest (warhammer.engr.sgi.com)

    RESPONSE: (Zimbra::Mon::serviceInfo)
    host
    ip 163.154.20.78
    name warhammer.engr.sgi.com

    Any ideas? Do I need to go through and configure each facility of zimbra? mysql, mta (postfix) config, tomcat, etc?

    Thanks for the help!

    -- Trev

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    Default reinstall

    Now that you've got ldap starting, you should probably re-install - that way, you'll get all of the server setup stuff done for you. Creating it by hand is possible, but it's not fun.

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    Default More then an LDAP issue

    There is more then one issue when installing to sles or suse 9.x

    First off, it appears you need to install Apache, and its related libs. Without it the rpm install fails. Once your install and setup are complete there are a couple of problems to work through.

    To start you are missing a bunch of symbolic links. While there have been a couple of posting to this none seem very clear to me.

    the root directory for all the libs you are missing on suse 9.3 is

    /usr/lib Here you can find libcrypto.so.xxx libssl.so.xxx and libcurl.so.xxx

    you need a symbolic link for each of these to /lib on the root of the file system. Not as some might think in the /opt/zimbra/lib.

    Easiest way to work through ths issue is to hit the /etc/init.d/zimbra start and stop. The spell check will continue to fail as will the MTA. You need to follow the lib directions and create a link for each one that is missing.

    Next spell check will fail one final time. There are again a set of libs you will need to link, as well as one missing rpm. This is only available on SLES 9 or Redhat so you will have to do a search and download. Install the RPM and create the link again in /lib for all to load.

    Finally the MTA bounced and would not start. It did not like the hostname given during setup and wanted a switch in the /main.cf under postfix. Add a line to the bottom section of the main.cf with either mydomain - yourdomain or a myhost - yourhost.yourdomain.com

    At this point yet another restart did not set all to right and I had to bounce the box. Once back up things run fine.

    Hope that helps clear some of these issues up.

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    I've finally got it working after several trial and error scenarious. The mta config stuff was simple.

    Now that I have things up and working, I'd like to migrate my old IMAP server running WUIMAP on another system on IRIX. Is the migration wizard *only* for migrating from MS Exchange?

    Thanks,

    -- Trev

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    Default imapsync

    You can use imapsync to import mail from an IMAP server. Check out this thread for information on IMAP migrations. Remember to use the --syncinternaldates flag!

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