On Thursday 22 December 2005 04:50 pm, Winanjaya - PBXSoftwares.com wrote: > I installed qmail+vpopmail-5.2+sqwebmail+qmailadmin+ucspi_tcp instantly by > using qinstall tools..
bad idea. You should follow www.lifewithqmail.org and then read vpopmail's INSTALL file. Anywho, you've already shot yourself in the foot, so let's see if we can't bandage your wound. > Now I want to upgrade vpopmail-5.2 to vpopmail-5.4, I am afraid whether the > mailboxes will gone or not? vpopmail is a set of tools that helps with creating and administering virtual domains with qmail. upgrading to a newer version simply upgrades the tools involved. > or I don't know what configuration parameter should I use? if you still have your old vpopmail source around (you DO still have your old sources around, right?) then take a look at config.status to see what you ran for your ./configure. Also, this points out another problem with using installation tools and 'toasters' *shudder* in that you end up not knowing what you have on your system. the new version of vpopmail will yell at you if you try to use configuration options that have been obsoleted, and will point you in the direction of the new versions of those configuration options. > what's the best safe step for upgrading to vpopmail-5.4? ./configure && make && make install however, that might not work for you, if say.. you're using mysql, etc. Of course, you should know how your system is set up, so that should be obvious :) -Jeremy -- Jeremy Kitchen ++ [EMAIL PROTECTED] In the beginning was The Word and The Word was Content-type: text/plain -- The Word of Bob.
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