4.43.8 Language file problem
Billy A. Pumphrey
bpumphrey at WOODMACLAW.COM
Wed Jul 6 19:30:35 IST 2005
> Billy A. Pumphrey wrote:
> >From what I seen I had no language.conf.rmpnew although I do have a
> >called language.conf.new
> No you don't. Not in the ls output below, anyway.
> And it's rpmnew and not rmpnew.
Sorry about the typo. I was actually using rpmnew instead of rmpnew.
> >[root at WoodenMS en]# ls
> >deleted.content.message.txt recipient.spam.report.txt
> >deleted.filename.message.txt sender.content.report.txt
> >deleted.virus.message.txt sender.error.report.txt
> >disinfected.report.txt sender.filename.report.txt
> >inline.sig.html sender.mcp.report.txt
> >inline.sig.txt sender.spam.rbl.report.txt
> >inline.spam.warning.txt sender.spam.report.txt
> >inline.warning.html sender.spam.sa.report.txt
> >inline.warning.txt sender.virus.report.txt
> >languages.conf stored.content.message.txt
> >languages.conf.from.new stored.filename.message.txt
> >languages.new stored.virus.message.txt
> >The language.new has nothing in it. I am guessing that since there
> >no language.rpmnew that it created the file from nothing and hence is
> >The languages.conf.from.new file is the new one that was created. I
> >renamed this so that I could use my original language file and get
> >MailScanner up and running without the lanuage errors.
> Can you confirm that your /usr/sbin/upgrade_languages_conf contains 6
> lines like this:
> my $oldfname = shift;
> my $newfname = shift;
> Usage() unless $oldfname && $newfname &&
> -f $oldfname && -f $newfname &&
> -s $oldfname && -s $newfname;
I looked and they look the same, spaces and characters.
my $oldfname = shift;
my $newfname = shift;
Usage() unless $oldfname && $newfname &&
-f $oldfname && -f $newfname &&
-s $oldfname && -s $newfname;
> If you hadn't edited the previous languages.conf file, then you won't
> have a .rpmnew file and therefore won't have any upgrading to do.
Ok, I will use my previous language file.
> Your typos in your filenames mentioned above make me slightly doubtful
> of the filenames you are talking about now. Sorry.
Again, sorry for the typos.
Thank you for your response.
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