Andreas Widerøe Andersen wrote:
On 8/10/06, *Frank Staals* <[EMAIL PROTECTED]
<mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]>> wrote:
The only things comming to mind are cleaning /usr/src/obj and ( at least
that is what I did ) backupping your <HOSTNAME>.* files in /etc/mail.
Then I removed the <HOSTNAME>.* files and when I recompiled sendmail
made new configs ( run 'make all' in /etc/mail ). You can copy
particular settings from your old <HOSTNAME>.mc file. This way you have
a clean start :)
You can recompile sendmail, you'll have to have the kernel sources
# cd /usr/src/lib/libsm; make clean; make obj; make depend; make
# cd /usr/src/lib/libsmutil; make clean; make obj; make depend; make
# cd /usr/src/usr.sbin/sendmail; make clean; make obj; make
depend; make; make install
you might want to read Jonathan Horne's page about configuring
sendmail ( among other services ) :
I have dowloaded all sources from cvs to my system. Should I delete
some old sources/working dirs/etc from when I've installed software
before or from when I built world and kernel?
I guess they're under /usr/src somewhere.
Just worried about some old files with wrong config that might screw
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