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Fri Feb 3 08:58:35 GMT 2006
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On 2 Feb 2006, at 22:05, Glenn Steen wrote:
> On 02/02/06, Scott Silva <ssilva at sgvwater.com> wrote:
>> Glenn Steen spake the following on 2/2/2006 1:05 PM:
>>> On 02/02/06, Scott Silva <ssilva at sgvwater.com> wrote:
>>>> One problem I see is either an old or no file
>>>> /etc/MailScanner/reports/en/languages.conf. See if this is
>>>> either a 0 length
>>>> file, or if you have a /etc/MailScanner/reports/en/
>>>> languages.conf.rpmnew file.
>>> Ah yes. I actually (he said blushing) walked into that myself this
>>> time around... Silly cut'n'paste all the three lines... Oh well, if
>>> that is it, it¨s just a matter of moving languages.old back into
>>> Jules, perhaps you should stress the need to look for an rpmnew file
>>> first, before blithely doing the upgrade(s)?... In the nice usage
>>> would be a good place...
>>> -- Glenn
>>> email: glenn < dot > steen < at > gmail < dot > com
>>> work: glenn < dot > steen < at > ap1 < dot > se
>> I thought Julian had fixed the upgrade_languages_conf to not do
>> this a few
>> months ago. Maybe my rememberer is busted...
>> I usually check, now, after being bitten by this one.
> If so, he managed to un-fix it to this version:-). If you cu'n'oaste
> the suggested lines to do the upgrade the first one creates the
> zero.length file, and the subsequent move move it into place...
> Empirical study (meaning: I goofed up:) show that it certainly will
> behave as I describe;)
Check you upgrade_MailScanner_conf or upgrade_languages_conf (one is
a link to the other) for this code
Usage() unless $oldfname && $newfname &&
-f $oldfname && -f $newfname &&
-s $oldfname && -s $newfname;
That really should do the job.
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