Problem with 4.25-5 (beta) startup

Forrest Aldrich forrie at FORRIE.COM
Thu Nov 6 19:28:47 GMT 2003


Indeed, installing Net::CIDR was the issue; however, in my experience, when
you run perl programs that have missing dependencies, it usually complains
about that loudly - and I didn't get any errors.   That should show up
whether you have debug enabled or not.  ?


At 05:05 AM 11/6/2003, Julian Field wrote:
>In which case set "Debug = yes" and run check_mailscanner. It may well bomb
>out with an error which should show you what is missing. You did remember
>to install Net::CIDR didn't you?
>At 07:39 06/11/2003, you wrote:
>>Well, no, the log didn't show anything -- which is why I posted.   I'll
>>give it another try sometime, though.
>>At 04:05 AM 11/5/2003, Spicer, Kevin wrote:
>>>Forrest Aldrich wrote:
>>> > Problem being it just doesn't start -- figured I would post
>>> > pre-emptively while I try to figure it out.   The configuration
>>> > variables and such don't seem to have changed much (if at all).  I
>>> > basically copied over my configs from the previous version.
>>>Check your maillog - the reason is probaly in there
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