--lint test and DCC
Billy A. Pumphrey
bpumphrey at WoodMacLaw.com
Wed Mar 8 16:53:12 GMT 2006
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> On 3/8/06, Billy A. Pumphrey <bpumphrey at woodmaclaw.com> wrote:
> > Whewww.... Man I am lost on this DCC thing. I got it going on my
> > machine but this time around is a different story.
> > I am so confused with reading the different documentation.
> > I have been using this one today:
> > http://www.rhyolite.com/anti-spam/dcc/dcc-tree/INSTALL.html
> > when I do a ./configure for dcc I get the error:
> > look for sendmail milter library in
> > ./../sendmail/obj.Linux.2.6.9-22.ELsmp.i686
> > *** cannot build dccm without sendmail headers in
> > and libraries in
> > ./../sendmail/obj.Linux.2.6.9-22.ELsmp.i686 ***
> > checking for Rsendto... (cached) no
> > creating ./config.status
> > I am guessing this is bad since it needs the milter. I have
> > version 8.13 which automatically has milter support built in right?
> > [root at WoodenMS2 dcc-1.3.30]# sendmail -bs
> > 220 WoodenMS2.woodmaclaw.local ESMTP Sendmail 8.13.1/8.13.1/Submit;
> > 8 Mar 2006 09:47:23 -0500
> Why don't you issue ./configure --help to see the available options?
> Then you will see how to disable the milter part and more.
> Sendmail is usually packaged in several parts and you don't have all
> of them installed. It might be a lot easier to find a prebuilt package
> of DCC.
Isn't the milter part required for it to work good?
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