Experimental repository for RHEL 5 / Centos 5

Scott Silva ssilva at sgvwater.com
Wed Nov 21 18:12:10 GMT 2007

on 11/21/2007 9:10 AM shuttlebox spake the following:
> On Nov 21, 2007 5:35 PM, Scott Silva <ssilva at sgvwater.com> wrote:
>> Julian,
>> You would be the best one to say which modules, although they are listed in
>> MailScanner -V output as optional, would be a good choice to add to a system.
>> Or maybe some optional packages like a clamav-wrapper that pulls in no0t only
>> clamav, but clamd and perl-mail-clamav. That way the user has what he needs if
>> he wants to run clam by commandline, by perl module or by clamd. All these
>> options are already installed with Julian's script anyway, so I don't think it
>> is too much.
>> Otherwise I was just wanting some opinions so I could compile a list for
>> myself to stick in my docs.
> I package MailScanner for Solaris and the only thing on the optional
> list I include is DBD::SQLite since you can't use the SA cache feature
> otherwise. Our packages for Clam and SA pulls in some of the other
> optional modules so to get a working setup you just need to install
> MS, Clam and SA. That can't be too hard, can it? I would recommend
> creating an empty wrapper package that pulls in what you want for a
> turnkey solution if that's what you want but be careful with adding
> optional things to each package. You may find that everyone has an
> opinion about what optional modules are a must. :-)
I suppose that if Julian thought them necessary, they wouldn't be in the 
optional section.  ;-D

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You hope everybody uses it, and
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