Zerotier masked on debian bullseye?

I’m having trouble to get zerotier working on debian bullseye.
I have installed V 1.8.3 successfully, but when I try to start the service, I get this:

werner@cirrus:~$ sudo service zerotier-one start
Failed to start zerotier-one.service: Unit zerotier-one.service is masked.

werner@cirrus:~$ sudo service zerotier-one status
● zerotier-one.service
Loaded: masked (Reason: Unit zerotier-one.service is masked.)
Active: inactive (dead)

is this a known issue ?

versions 1.8.2 and 1.8.3 on debian bullseye not working.
I verifyon My rasberry pi4 & pi zero.
v1.8.1 is OK
Sorry for my english.

thanks for suggestion - I just downloaded V 1.8.1 and replaced 1.8.3 with 1.8.1.
but still I get the same result:

werner@cirrus:~$ sudo service zerotier-one start
Failed to start zerotier-one.service: Unit zerotier-one.service is masked.

btw., I am on AMD64 arch here, maybe this is the problem ?

I’m hevent nothing with AMD, my sugestion: sudo service zerotier unmask
On My raspberry working systemctl unmask zerotier-one.

well, AMD is just the processor architecture - this should not make a difference, as long as a debian package for that is available.
and yes, I tried both unmask variants, but this does just not seem to work here.
the service remains masked.

so, I’m back again and it seems the problem is solved, although I can’t exactly explain why.
after some more fiddling around, I realized that in the folder from where I tried to start zerotier-one, there was another folder named status, owned, created and populated by user zerotier-one.
I deleted that, and after that, I could unmask successfully the service and then start it, seems to run ok now.
strange.
@jerzymalaga - thanks again for your suggestions.

This happened to me once when I was trying out the “snap” package.

ah, ok, so at least I’m not the only one with this strange experience :smiley: