Possible bug with spam permissions
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Wed Aug 24 19:36:41 IST 2005
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Jan-Peter Koopmann wrote:
>On Wednesday, August 24, 2005 6:47 PM Jan-Peter Koopmann wrote:
>>Question remains: Is this a FreeBSD or a perl problem. And do you
>>patch MailScanner or shall I patch it in the FreeBSD port?
>Ok. We checked this on the following combinations:
>Linux and perl 5.8.0 --> original version works
>Solaris and perl 5.8.3 --> original version works
>FreeBSD 4.11 and perl 5.8.0 --> buggy
>FreeBSD 5.4 and perl 5.8.6 -> buggy
>FreeBSD 4.11 and per 5.8.6 --> buggy
>Looks a lot like a FreeBSD bug! I will try to get this solved in FreeBSD but up to that we need to patch MailScanner for FreeBSD systems.
>Julian, what's your opinion on this?
Well done guys, I don't have a FreeBSD box on which I could have tried
this. I must build a VM with FreeBSD in it some time so I can test this
stuff. Maybe that's a job for this weekend. Where's the best place to
get a CD distro of FreeBSD in the UK?
How about I make the change, put out a beta, and let you guys test it
Alternatively, as you have already proved the original version works on
Linux and Solaris, could you just make the change and see if it
continues to work? That would involve less potential pain for other people?
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