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== SYSV Startup Script ==
 
 
 
Check to see if there is a script called zimbra in your /etc/init.d directory.  If there is, depending on your distribution, you may need to run the appropriate startup service configuration program.  For instance, in redhat distributions this could be chkconfig.  You can use sysv-rc-conf, if installed, to enable the service in debian/ubuntu.
 
Check to see if there is a script called zimbra in your /etc/init.d directory.  If there is, depending on your distribution, you may need to run the appropriate startup service configuration program.  For instance, in redhat distributions this could be chkconfig.  You can use sysv-rc-conf, if installed, to enable the service in debian/ubuntu.
  

Revision as of 15:28, 18 July 2006

Check to see if there is a script called zimbra in your /etc/init.d directory. If there is, depending on your distribution, you may need to run the appropriate startup service configuration program. For instance, in redhat distributions this could be chkconfig. You can use sysv-rc-conf, if installed, to enable the service in debian/ubuntu.

If the script doesn't exist there, manually copy the script:

cp /opt/zimbra/libexec/zimbra /etc/init.d/

Now tell your distribution to start it as described above.

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