[vchkpw] R: [vchkpw] [not-OT] Pop3 auth

2003-12-22 Thread Andrea Riela
 yes, two vchkpw binaries, one with and one without 
 --enable-roaming-users=y

Hi Jeremy,
Thanks for your help.
What I've to do exactly? Sorry, I'm a newbie, I think :)
How I could create a second binary?
There's sybchrony between the two vchkpw?
I don't undestand, could you figure it out?

Thanks for patience and support
Regards
Andrea



Re: [vchkpw] R: [vchkpw] [not-OT] Pop3 auth

2003-12-22 Thread Jeremy Kitchen
On Mon, 2003-12-22 at 09:31, Andrea Riela wrote:
  yes, two vchkpw binaries, one with and one without 
  --enable-roaming-users=y
 
 Hi Jeremy,
 Thanks for your help.
 What I've to do exactly? Sorry, I'm a newbie, I think :)
 How I could create a second binary?
 There's sybchrony between the two vchkpw?
 I don't undestand, could you figure it out?

you run your ./configure once... with the --enable-roaming-users=y
option, then make the binaries using 'make'

vchkpw should be right there, so move it somewhere, like
/home/vpopmail/bin/vchkpw-with-roaming-users

then do a 'make clean' and re-run the ./configure without the
--enable-roaming-users=y, make, make install.

it's fairly simple.  Then you have two vchkpw binaries.  One with
roaming users, and one without.  I trust that you can determine the
rest.

-Jeremy

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[vchkpw] R: [vchkpw] [not-OT] Pop3 auth (and Courier-Imap)

2003-12-22 Thread Andrea Riela
 you run your ./configure once... with the 
 --enable-roaming-users=y option, then make the binaries using 'make'

Ok Jeremy, thanks for your help. I've created two binaries, like your
suggestions.
Now I've to install a pop3d-ssl daemon, I think Courier-Imap pop3ds
(correct?)
I'm trying to compile that, but I've a problem:

$ ./configure --with-piddir=/var/run
$ gmake (I've an OpenBSD system, but make it's the same)
...
ld: -lvpopmail: no match
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
gmake[2]: *** [authvchkpw] Error 1
gmake[2]: Leaving directory `/src/courier-imap-2.2.1/authlib'
gmake[1]: *** [all] Error 2
gmake[1]: Leaving directory `/src/courier-imap-2.2.1/authlib'
gmake: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

Mmm ... Where is my mistake?

I've posted my question here, because

 NOTE


All questions regarding ANY vpopmail-related problems,
such as compiling/building failures, or login errors
should be referred to the vpopmail mailing list.
Vpopmail questions sent to the sqwebmail or Courier
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Thanks for your patience and support
Regards
Andrea