I did end up going the source route, not just with vpopmail, but with courier imap as well. I'm fairly new to Debian, but their package system seems to work really nice, until you get into non-packaged software. I was hoping to setup a system where the "re-install" instructions were along the lines of dselect these packages, edit this file and go. However, with all the incosisencies and overall fustration, the tried and true source method is the way to go.
Chris Pugh wrote:
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I installed another version something like 6 months ago, my problem was that I didn?t had the libmysqlclient10-dev package installed.
Sounds familiar .. another can of worms .. ;-)
But I recommend you to install the new 5.4 stable version too.
If'n you do this, it may be wise to 'apt-get remove' the Debian versions of the software first.
Matias Lambert OSInet Telecomunicaciones Capital Federal - Buenos Aires Argentina - CA1185ACA http://www.osinet.com.ar
-----Mensaje original----- De: Chris Pugh
Enviado el: Martes, 17 de Febrero de 2004 10:13
Para: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Asunto: Re: [vchkpw] debian vpopmail-bin package
I can vauguely remember qmail/vpopmail giving me
sorts of grief with Debian Woody. Never found out why. Just ended up removing both packages, then putting them back in from source .. after which everything ran tickety boo. Not much help I know .. sorry.
vmysql: sql error[c]: MySQL server has gone away
Make sure your path to MySQl is correctly stated,
Deb Wood puts things in funny places! Also check MySQL server is running and access permissions are correct.
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