Maybe I am reading this wrong.. but all that your config did was set the domains whootis.com as your default domain. If you have not created it then you don't have a default domain.
What happens if you do ./vadddomain whootis.com Regards, Rob G [EMAIL PROTECTED] ----- Original Message ----- From: "Geoff Sweet" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Sent: Wednesday, March 12, 2003 3:43 PM Subject: Re: [vchkpw] What is up with mysql > Wait let me follow up on this, that I CAN create other vdomains and > users in those domains. However I can't seem to do anything with my > default domain of whootis.com. > > Thanks Again > Geoff > > On Wed, 2003-03-12 at 12:37, Geoff Sweet wrote: > > I installed qmail and mysql and all the installs went correctly. I > > installed vpopmail with: > > > > ./configure \ > > --enable-roaming-users=y \ > > --enable-default-domain=whootis.com \ > > [EMAIL PROTECTED] \ > > --enable-logging=p \ > > --enable-defaultquota=500000000S \ > > --enable-ip-alias-domains=n \ > > --enable-passwd=n \ > > --enable-clear-passwd=y \ > > --enable-mysql=y \ > > --enable-many-domains=y \ > > --enable-auth-logging=y \ > > --enable-valias=y > > > > And when I try then to > > > > ./vadduser [EMAIL PROTECTED] password > > > > I get the error: > > > > vmysql: sql error: Table 'vpopmail.vpopmail' doesn't exist > > Error: Domain does not exist > > > > I know the vpopmail MySQL user has all the privs it needs, cause I can > > log in as the user to the MySQL server and do what needs to be done. > > Wasn't this info suppose to be created during install? Or is there a > > step that I am missing here. To be sure if the domain exists I did: > > > > mail# ./vdominfo > > could not open assign file /var/qmail/users/assign > > zsh: segmentation fault (core dumped) ./vdominfo > > > > > > This is installed on OpenBSD 3.2 on i386. Anyone have a suggestions? > > > > Thanks > > Geoff > > > > > > >