More 4.50.15 woes on FreeBSD

Martin Hepworth martinh at
Wed Feb 8 09:27:59 GMT 2006


I'd check which versions the installs and which versions you've

I run exim, FreeBSD 4.9 and do a lot of testing for Julian and apart from a
beta glitches rarely get any problems.

Have a go at using the installer, it's really nice to use (almost
as nice as the port) and will install required perl modules (with patches)
as required.

Given JPK's comments earlier I'd start looking at the perl module versions
if you're not going to use the suggested method.

Martin Hepworth 
Snr Systems Administrator
Solid State Logic
Tel: +44 (0)1865 842300

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> Subject: Re: More 4.50.15 woes on FreeBSD
> Martin Hepworth wrote:
> > Hmm how did you install if you didn't use the ports?
> No.  I've always used the .tar.gz and installed by hand.  Been doing so
> for many years w/o a problem.
> > If you didn't use or the ports install please use the
> > version.
> I don't think that is the solution.
> > It will take care of all perl modules etc etc and will allow you to
> backout
> > very nicely...and yes there are more perl modules to install in order to
> use
> > the SA cache (SQLLite for one).
> Yes, I've already installed the latest DBI and SQLLite.  The problem is
> directly related to new code in 4.50.15, as 4.47.x runs perfectly.
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