OK, use bin/runzope or zopectl fg, and you will surely get the error
message. I'm a bit surprised it doens't end up in the logs as well,
but maybe that's expected.

I found out why it wouldn't work and I feel ashamed of myself.
The "trick" with 'zopectl fg' showed me the errors of my way. I am running Zope as the user 'zope' but forgot to chown the installed products after installing them.

Thanks for your help.

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