Re: /usr/lib/sasl2 failed to open directory

From: Scott Kitterman (no email)
Date: Sun May 27 2007 - 21:40:44 EDT

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    On Sunday 27 May 2007 20:39, Mark Edwards wrote:

    > AHA! That's it. I am indeed using LDAP for authentication via /usr/
    > lib/postfix/
    > I temporarily disabled ldap and relayed a message, and no errors.
    > Sorry to have occupied so much of your time, but perhaps this will
    > help someone else avoid a similar investigation. What was really
    > confusing is that these errors were not reported with postfix 2.3.3,
    > despite an identical configuration.
    > So, just to finish this, is it correct that, assuming I want/need to
    > use postfix 2.3.8 with, I can only avoid these errors by
    > disabling chroot or building proper usr/lib/sasl2 directory within /
    > var/spool/postfix? Are those my only two options?

    Looking at the Postfix versions and that you've mentioned you're using Ubuntu,
    I'd guess you just upgraded from Ubuntu 6.10 to 7.04. I'd suggest looking
    into what else changed when you dist-upgraded.

    Scott K

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