On Wed, 19 Apr 2006, Kevin Kinsey <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Chris Hastie wrote:
Yesterday I upgraded a 5.1 system to 5.4. I then cvsuped the ports tree and
rebuilt Postfix from mail/postfix.
I am having problems with spawn and pipe. Spawn complains
postfix/spawn: fatal: unknown user name: nobody
postfix/pipe: fatal: invalid option: ?
I've asked the question on the postfix-users list, and with respect
to the pipe
problem Wietse has responded:
"> postfix/pipe: fatal: invalid option: ?
You built Postfix with the GNU version of the getopt()
system routine. That version is not compatible with
the FreeBSD getopt() system routine.
It doesn't seem likely to me that this is the problem,
unless one of a couple of things has occurred: one
would be that the port maintainer has written a broken
Makefile or made some related error, and the other that
FreeBSD's getopt() has changed in some way. Neither
of these seems too likely, either.
However, systems do change, and it's a long, long way
from 5.1 to 5.4. Did you carefully read /usr/src/UPDATING?
I did my best to read through /usr/src/UPDATING, but as you say, it's a long
long way from 5.1 to 5.4, so there's an awful lot to take in. I confess I
haven't looked at /usr/ports/UPDATING, but will.
It might be wise to use "portupgrade -rR" or something
similar to update PostFix, or, if this isn't a production box,
uninstall and reinstall the port (though that seems too
"Microsoftie" to me....)
Sounds like what I did. make. make deinstall. make reinstall.
The getopt thing doesn't seem to explain the problem with spawn, since it
reports the username it doesn't recognise in the error, suggesting that it did
at least understand the arguments passed.
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