I tend to agree with you on all points, however, once a production level system is up and running (quite smoothly for years up until recently here) I try not to upset the chi.
Now if I were to do it all over, I'd probably do it very differently. It's always a learning process. Back onto point though, any thoughts as to where I could look for why email is so backed up? And why all of a sudden .qmail-default was not good enough to deliver mail with? Matt >> You do raise a good point, I wish Gentoo would get that part of it >> right. >> Deviating from the standards are not a good idea. >> > I love Gentoo, but every now and then the do something boneheaded that > makes me think that I should bail on it for KUbuntu or something like > that. The only thing that's kept me on it lately is that while I'm no > longer on the bleeding edge (I use a thinkpad R50p - at the time I got it, > Gentoo was the only flavor I could tweak things with properly and still > use "official" packages rather than rolling my own and having to remember > to upgrade it manually), I still do occasionally tweak things (and > rebuilding my primary workstation is a pain :)). Most notably they seem > to have had some people with strange ideas of how to maintain > qmail/vpopmail etc., but since it was their sandbox they got to make it > so... > > Personally, no matter how good the maintainer, I prefer doing source for > qmail/vpopmail et. al. - that way I _know_ what it's gonna do (or at least > what I'm expecting it to do :)). > > Josh > > Joshua Megerman > SJGames MIB #5273 - OGRE AI Testing Division > You can't win; You can't break even; You can't even quit the game. > - Layman's translation of the Laws of Thermodynamics > [EMAIL PROTECTED] > > > > > !DSPAM:477bfc00310541321314441!