Subject: Re: sendmail install from build.sh - no submit.cf
To: Johnny Billquist <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Andrew Brown <email@example.com>
Date: 03/31/2003 18:13:49
>> > >I did (cd /usr/src; ./build.sh -E build) and have a foonly fine system of
>> > >current, but I notice that my sendmail borked at boot, complaining that the
>> > >/etc/mail/sendmail.cf was for v9.
>> > did you try /etc/postinstall after you were done building? that
>> > always helps a lot.
>> doesn't build do that for you? doesn't etcupdate do that for you?
>build runs postinstall check for you.
release will. distribution will. iirc, build does not.
>etcupdate runs postinstall check for you.
>> (shrug) no I didn't do /etc/postinstall. Ok. rate me clueless, but when did
>> that make it into the *documented* "you should do this" phase of a build.sh
>> run? Cos I got pointed at etcupdate, and run that believing 'it fixes things'
>Well, if you ran build.sh, it should have run postinstall for you, and you
>said you ran etcupdate, which I *know* runs postinstall. So yes, you did
>run postinstall. :-)
that's true, too. well...the bit about etcupdate. if you're running
etcupdate against a source tree and not a "binary" distribution. :)
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