Hello Greg I did installed an system sendmail/Cyrus imap/sasldb2 successfully. While these I run in a lot of troubles. If you're interessted I can send you my stuff about it.
Am Mon, Jul 31, 2006 at 07:50:56AM -0500 Greg Groth schrieb: > >did you buildworld before you recompiled sendmail? ive found that if i > >buildworld, that before i recompile sendmail (to implement sasl2) that i > >have to make clean on my /usr/src, or else make will try to use what was > >already recompiled for sendmail during the buildworld. > > > >hth, > >jonathan > > This is a relatively fresh install, and I did update my ports with > portsnap / portmanager, then cvsuped src-all and ran buildworld before > playing around with this. I did not run make clean before the > buildworld process though. I did attempt to rebuild just sendmail after > I started having these problems: > > cd /usr/src/usr.sbin/sendmail > make clean > make depend > make > make install > > Nothing changed though. > > I was thinking on this a bit further, and although I don't have any of > the error messages, I believe I was running into similar issues with > Postfix last week. The box in question died on me, I don't have a > battery backup and we had a brownout. While fscking the system because > of the first brownout, we had a second, which rendered the box useless. > I recall moving the unused sasl mechanisms out of > /usr/local/lib/sasl2 into a "deactivated" directory (per some how-tos), > and ended up with plain being the only mechanism left, and Postfix > started giving error messages about no mechanisms available and couldn't > seem to find plain text. I figured I screwed something up with Postfix, > and went back to sendmail for this install until I had more time to play > around with Postfix. I'll try the make clean / buildworld thing tonight > to see if that helps, and post back if it doesn't. > > Best regards, > Greg Groth > _______________________________________________ > email@example.com mailing list > http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions > To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]" -- Regards Martin Schweizer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> PC-Service M. Schweizer GmbH; Bannholzstrasse 6; CH-8608 Bubikon Tel. +41 55 243 30 00; Fax: +41 55 243 33 22; http://www.pc-service.ch; public key : http://www.pc-service.ch/pgp/public_key.asc; fingerprint: EC21 CA4D 5C78 BC2D 73B7 10F9 C1AE 1691 D30F D239;
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