connection refused

Need some help getting Zimbra Desktop set up and working?
1728bins
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connection refused

Postby 1728bins » Tue Feb 05, 2008 12:17 pm

I have installed the latest version and ll seems to go ok.
When I start the program, I get a 'connection refused' message.
Any pointers?


jjzhuang
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connection refused

Postby jjzhuang » Tue Feb 05, 2008 12:30 pm

Probably because the background service didn't start correctly.
What is your platform? Have you installed desktop before? Could you see if there's any errors in log files under /log?
dmair
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connection refused

Postby dmair » Mon Feb 11, 2008 11:11 pm

I'm seeing the same thing as well. I saw this on the alpha version. I'm running Fedora8 64-bit. One thing that did standout to me in the log file was
"495 WARN [main] log - Nested in java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException:

java.net.BindException: Address already in use"
I'm not sure what address it's referring to. Memory address.. port address, network address. I've attached the full log.
I've tried starting the daemon as root and disabling the firewall. There are no SELinux errors being thrown by this but I did disable that as well (just to be sure).
What else can I provide to figure out what's going on?
-Dave

zdesktop.out.gz

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connection refused

Postby jjzhuang » Tue Feb 12, 2008 1:20 am

Is there anything in your mailbox.log? I'm not positive that the linux build will work on any 64bit platform as it's built for 32bit.
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connection refused

Postby dmair » Tue Feb 12, 2008 9:42 am

Unless I'm looking in the wrong place there isn't even a mailbox.log file created (find ./ -name mailbox.log in ~/zimbra/zdesktop yields nothing).
I do get a blank Zimbra Desktop window but there is nothing drawn in it. I'm assuming it's telling me that the port is in use (based on the bind statement/error) but port 7633 is definitely not in use.
I do have 32-bit libs also installed so, in theory, this should work even though I'm running a 64-bit kernel. I could boot into a 32-bit kernel (assuming I can) and test once more.
-Dave

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