Hmm...I'm not sure if Bill Shupp's big patch will compile for BSD, but
it includes the SMTP-Auth patch...just a suggestion.
From: Kit Halsted [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Tuesday, December 03, 2002 9:23 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: [vchkpw] Re: SMTP-AUTH, yet again...
Thanks for the tips, Peter...
At 11:38 PM +0100 12/3/02, Peter Palmreuther wrote:
>On Tuesday, December 3, 2002 at 6:18:35 PM you wrote:
>> I have no clue why this is not working
>1.) Give 0.31 a try, I don't know what exactly changed, but the syntax
> is different between 0.30 & 0.31, maybe you're using the 'new'
> one, while old (to me unknown) is needed.
Tried 0.31 tonight, no luck. Maybe my other patches are interfering?
I'll try it at home as the only patch & see how that goes.
>2.) Try to run qmail-smtpd as root. Just for testing, but this avoids
> "access denied" to vpasswd.cdb and therefore excludes one possible
Also no luck.
>3.) Try to run the child process of tcpserver in a strace like
> program. I don't know how this is named on OpenBSD and what the
> exact calling syntax is, but make use of it's logging to file, if
> possible, and see if you can find the position it fails at.
I'll look into that if it's not the other patches.
>I know it ain't much, but maybe it helps to find the correct direction
>of hunting it down.
Your answer is much appreciated.
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