Re: Fedora10 RPM build from src fails.

From: James A R Brown (no email)
Date: Mon Mar 23 2009 - 15:37:29 EDT

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    Hi Wietse,

    The rpm in question that I was using is this one :-

    http://ftp.wl0.org/official/2.5/SRPMS/postfix-2.5.6-1.src.rpm

    I have emailed Simon Mudd.

    James

    On Mon, 2009-03-23 at 15:14 -0400, Wietse Venema wrote:
    > Melvyn Sopacua:
    > > > $manpage_directory/man1/postmap.1:f:root:-:644
    > > > $manpage_directory/man1/postqueue.1:f:root:-:644
    > > > $manpage_directory/man1/postsuper.1:f:root:-:644
    > > > + $manpage_directory/man1/sendmail.postfix.1:f:root:-:644
    > > > $manpage_directory/man5/access.5:f:root:-:644
    > > > + $manpage_directory/man5/aliases.postfix.5:f:root:-:644
    > > > $manpage_directory/man5/body_checks.5:f:root:-:644
    > > > $manpage_directory/man5/canonical.5:f:root:-:644
    > > > $manpage_directory/man5/cidr_table.5:f:root:-:644
    > >
    > > This isn't OS specific. The patch in the rpm is wrong, because since a few
    > > versions there is a bounce(5) manpage at line 148.
    >
    > Correct. With Postfix 2.3 and later, file conf/postfix-files
    > has a line with
    >
    > $manpage_directory/man5/bounce.5:f:root:-:644
    >
    > between the lines with "body_checks.5" and "canonical.5". So it
    > looks like Fedora Core 10 is using an ancient version of their
    > patchfile.
    >
    > Wietse


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