CentOS5, MS 4.65.3-1, perl Math modules

Scott Silva ssilva at sgvwater.com
Fri Nov 30 22:06:26 GMT 2007

on 11/30/2007 10:12 AM David Lee spake the following:
> On Fri, 30 Nov 2007, Hugo van der Kooij wrote:
>> David Lee wrote:
>>> I have just been installing MailScanner-4.65.3-1 on a freshly installed
>>> CentOS-5 (32-bit) system.
>> As this is a fresh system. you might want to add rpmforge to your
>> repository and then test my experimental wrapper. If it passes Jules QA
>> checks it will become part of the mainstream site.
>> For now: http://yum.vanderkooij.org/
>> That will allow for a clean rollout as some of the testers have confirmed.
> Thanks.  Next week, I'll see if I can get myself into a position to try
> that.
> Although (obviously) I would like to get on with doing our own
> installations for our own use, I am also keen to ensure (like you and
> Jules) that the official distributed versions(*) are good for other users.
> So I'm happy to try to do some debugging towards this.
> (*) I presume those official versions continue to include Jules' existing
> rpm-based one, and your own (subject, as you say, to Jules' QA).
> Thanks again.
Yes. Hugo's wrapper just installs the current stable mailscanner rpm, and has 
the proper dependancies in it to pull all of the necessary perl modules from 
rpmforge. If it goes mainstream, I might follow suit and make and contribute 
some wrappers for things like clam-av and spamassassin to match Julian's 
clam-sa package.

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