MailScanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Mon Apr 13 10:24:23 IST 2009
Right, I have just finished a good weekend's work on the installer, and
all the Perl modules it installs.
Most of the Perl modules have been upgraded for starters.
The installer no longer "forces" the install of any Perl module. So you
can upgrade Perl independently at any time without it clashing with any
of MailScanner's Perl modules. Hopefully this will make quite a few of
you happier :-)
All modules install cleanly on RedHat Enterprise 4 and 5, CentOS 4 and
5, and Fedora Core 9 and 10. Those are what I have tested it on and
ironed out all the problems on.
There are several command-line options to the installer that you should
know about. "./install.sh --help" will print these.
./install.sh fast ---- Skip all the waiting and pausing in the
./install.sh reinstall ---- Uninstall all the Perl modules first, before
reinstalling them all again. Useful if you think something has got
./install.sh nomodules ---- Do not install any of the supporting Perl
modules, just install tnef and MailScanner and nothing else.
I have done quite a bit of testing on this installer, but please do try
it on your individual systems and check that it all works and produces a
Cheers, and enjoy the rest of your Easter weekend, those of you in
countries (like me) that are lucky enough to have today off work!
Julian Field MEng CITP CEng
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