On Saturday 18 March 2006 02:52, Steve B wrote: > On 3/18/06, Ruben Cardenal <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > > In the past I have done a LWQ install as well as a QmailRocks install. > > > However I don't think this is a 'qmail' problem. I think this is a > > > vpopmail issue. > > > > As Jeremy told you, you should never install Qmail/Vpopmail/etc from > > packages but install *all* compiling from the source code. I've done it > > tons of times in this way and I've never had _any_ kind of problems. And, > > of course, the Qmail installation part relies on LWQ. > > > > Advice: don't use Qmailrocks as a reference in Qmail/Vpopmail lists :) > > > > Ruben > > What is the difference between installing from source or package? I am > not having a problem with Qmail. As I have said I have don't LWQ, > QmailRocks, and Gentoo's ebuild / guide and I am having the same > problem no matter what method I install qmail. The problem I believe > is with either vpopmail (the reason I'm posting to the vpopmail list) > or with courier-imap (or some variation between the two > communicating).
I am not trying to say it's not a vpopmail issue, however, we need to rule out other things like completely broken qmail setups. Having LWQ as a base is much easier than having gentoo's awful, horrible qmail ebuilds in place. -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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