languages.conf file

Rodney Green rgreen at
Tue Dec 5 13:29:14 GMT 2006

I don't know if there was a .rpmnew file for the languages file. I 
copied the backup languages.conf file that I manually copied before even 
running into /etc/MailScanner/reports/en. That is the file 
I'm currently using and is the only languages.conf file I have to use. I 
don't have a languages.old or

Glenn Steen wrote:
> On 04/12/06, Rodney Green <rgreen at> wrote:
>> /
>> /Hello,
>> I just upgraded to MailScanner 4.57.6 using the RPM distribution and
>> As instructed, I ran "upgrade_languages_conf" at the end of the upgrade.
>> I'm now getting the following message
>> in my mail log file.
>> "Looked up unknown string notcached in language translation file
>> /etc/MailScanner/reports/en/languages.conf"
>> Now, when I ran "upgrade_languages_conf" I had copied and pasted the
>> commands below from/to my shell session. In the process of doing this I
>> messed up and the language files got zeroed out. I've copied the
>> languages.conf file from the backup I did before upgrading to
>> /etc/MailScanner/reports/en and started MailScanner. I'm now
>> periodically getting that message in the log file.
>> 1. Is this a real problem? Mail is being processed and all, it seems.
>> 2. If it is a problem, how can I rebuild the languages.conf file to how
>> it should be?
>> I did look for info on this and didn't find anything I thought was a
>> definite solution.
>> Thanks,
>> Rod
> (I'll have to confess that I haven't done the latest upgrade yet...
> will do one tomorrow though:-)
> Did the update create a languages.conf.rpmnew? If not, what are you
> doing running the upgrade script then? As mentioned by others (Ken was
> it?), if you just cut'n'paste the commands.... you have the old one as
> a .old file... and can just move it back into place.
> As said, will know more about this come morning.


Rodney Green
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Trayer Products, Inc.
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