Bug: install.sh for Solaris

Peter Bonivart peter at UCGBOOK.COM
Thu Jul 1 18:13:59 IST 2004

Linda Pelleu Antil wrote:
> As someone who is about to do a non-standard install I thought I'd
> better check on this.  We want to install MailScanner in a non-standard
> location
> (no big deal) and use a version of perl also located in a non-standard
> location.
> I did not want to do a lot of customizing of the install script and
> possibly miss
> something, so my plan was just to install the old way (using the
> MailScanner-4.31.6-1.tar.gz
> in the perl-tar directory).  If I do that, will I run into problems?  Any
> suggestions on
> a preferred approach.

The MailScanner-4.31.6-1.tar.gz is exactly the same file as provided
before. The install script ends (after the perl stuff) with simply
unpacking it in /opt. You can simply do that yourself as you used to and
skip the install script if you want.

/Peter Bonivart

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