CRM114 Installation on Centos 4
rcooper at dwford.com
Wed Aug 1 18:04:38 IST 2007
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> UxBoD spake the following on 8/1/2007 1:57 AM:
> > Darn, you have the page locked Glenn ;) Was going to add
> the short description about CRM14 and the URL to the
> sourceforge site.
> > Its looking good :)
> > Regards,
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> Now that is wiki contributing at its finest!
> >From a simple short doc to a full multi-distro howto.
> Now when someone writes a solaris section, and a *BSD
> section, it should cover
> the majority of the userbase.
Something some one might want to add :
On my perl 5.8.0 installations when you lint spamassassin you get a warning
about sprintf using an unitialized value at crm114.pm line 235 and if you
look at line 235
warn(sprintf("crm114: Error: %s"), $1);
warn(sprintf("crm114: Error: %s", $1));
And that change removes the warning. It doesn't happen with perl 5.8.8
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