perl 5.10.0 anybody?

Julian Field MailScanner at
Wed Jan 23 18:34:57 GMT 2008

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Update --- No changes are necessary to the for installing 
MailScanner. It works just fine without any changes, except to --force 
the installation of perl-HTML-Tagset as described below.

Julian Field wrote:
> * PGP Signed: 01/23/08 at 18:26:58
> I have now installed ClamAV and SA using my easy-to-install package. 
> No changes needed there at all.
> All I did to the RPM distribution of MailScanner was add 2 lines just 
> below the
>    while read ........
> line saying this:
> FORCE=no
> FORCE5=no
> I then ran ./ After that I did an "rpm -Uvh --force" on the 
> perl-HTML-Tagset RPM built by the installation script, which is put in 
> /usr/src/redhat/RPMS/noarch.
> Then everything appears to work fine.
> Julian Field wrote:
>> > Old Signed: 01/23/08 at 16:52:05
>> I've just tried it under perl 5.10.0. Installed Perl, then installed 
>> MailScanner, the only thing that failed to install was 
>> perl-HTML-Tagset which I had to "rpm -Uvh --force 
>> /usr/src/redhat/RPMS/noarch/perl-HTML-Tagset*".
>> I'm now installing ClamAV and SA to test they are okay.
>> MailScanner --lint worked okay, which is the first thing to test.
>> Jeff A. Earickson wrote:
>>> Gang,
>>> It looks like perl 5.10.0 has been released, please see
>>> Anybody given this a test drive with MailScanner yet?
>>> Jeff Earickson
>>> Colby College
>> Jules
> Jules


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