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    mmmk
    I think I'm pretty much dead.

    I know I"m gonna need to do a re-install..... Before I do, How do I backup the messages/users/pw's etc? and then re-import them?

    Thanks!

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    I think I'm dead too.

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    So what did you end up doing? Anything yet? I'm in the same boat. I'd like to either get it working or back-up the users info and reinstall. If I end up reinstalling am I going to have to edit my hostname and what-not again?

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    I ended up trying to install the older version of zcs. That didn't work...so I had to simply uninstall.

    I'm facing several problems now, and trying to solve them.

    zcs is completely uninstalled, and I did a yum update..... Well.... Something happened.

    Now, I can't install ZCS M2 because it tells me that in curl /util/(something.cfg) line 262 has too many arguments.

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    Well, I unintalled m1 and installed m2 without a hitch except I'm getting the javax.naming.CommunicationException foo.foo.com:389 error. I'm pretty sure that's just getting the domains and hosts named correctly.

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    I think that has to do with LDAP.

    It could be that your passwords are now out of sync. Have you run a Yum Update?

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    It's the same install that m1 was running on that I had previously done a 'yum update' on. I tried update it again and it complains about gpg keys. I never set the thing to require keys. unf

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    run
    sudo rpm --import /usr/share/rhn/RPM-GPG-KEY-fedora

    then run yum update

    that'll fix it for ya

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    That's getting me updated. Much obliged!

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    Be careful:
    What ever you do, do not interrupt the upgrading process. You will be up the creek soooo fasst!

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