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Once you have followed the ReadMe located here: http://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?title=Main_README then next is it necessary to build the third party components.
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Once you have followed the ReadMe located [http://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?title=Main_README here] we must now build the third party components. Third party components must be built before ZCS is built.
 
  cd /home/public/p4/zcs/FRANKLIN/ThirdParty
 
  cd /home/public/p4/zcs/FRANKLIN/ThirdParty
 
  ./buildThirdParty.sh
 
  ./buildThirdParty.sh
  
The build process can take quite a while. If a specific component fails, the script will continue to build the third party components. You should monitor the build process for errors. If a component fails, you should stop the build, and fix the error, then rebuild. See troubleshooting for more errors.
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The build process can take quite a while. If a specific component fails, the script will continue to build the third party components.  
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You should monitor the build process for errors. You can do this by tailing the build log:
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tail -f /tmp/ThirdParty.make.log
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If a component fails, you should stop the build, and fix the error, then rebuild. See [http://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?title=Building_Zimbra_using_Perforce#Troubleshooting troubleshooting] for more help.
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Latest revision as of 22:52, 23 March 2015

Building Third Party

Once you have followed the ReadMe located here we must now build the third party components. Third party components must be built before ZCS is built.

cd /home/public/p4/zcs/FRANKLIN/ThirdParty
./buildThirdParty.sh

The build process can take quite a while. If a specific component fails, the script will continue to build the third party components. You should monitor the build process for errors. You can do this by tailing the build log:

tail -f /tmp/ThirdParty.make.log

If a component fails, you should stop the build, and fix the error, then rebuild. See troubleshooting for more help.

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