edward at tdcs.com.au
Sat Nov 8 01:27:21 GMT 2008
> > WARNING: ignoring deprecated option -unzip
> You've got old *-wrapper scripts. In an RPM install they are in
> /usr/lib/MailScanner but I don't know where Ubuntu might have put them.
>From what I can tell they're in /etc/MailScanner/wrapper. See the attached
file for an example of the ClamAV one, which I'm actively using. They are
time stamped correctly (2008-10-02), because my old installation was way
over a year old, and all the stuff used to be in /opt, so I really believe
they are the current ones that came with the debian package here:
Which is what the Ubuntu installation instructions tell me to use:
"Install MailScanner from the Debian .deb Source
dpkg -i mailscanner_4.68.8-1_all.deb
Note that the 4.68.8-1 in the 2 commands above should be replaced by the
version number you want to install.
The version number of the latest distribution can be found on the Downloads
So to continue on:
1> If the wrappers in the package are not suitable - should the maintainer
2> Can I get the correct wrapper scripts somewhere without trashing
everything, which I only just got working again?
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