Got a real nightmare on my hands installing the newest
dyioulos at firstbhph.com
Tue Oct 13 15:12:00 IST 2009
On Monday 12 October 2009 3:53:13 pm Steve
> Stephen Swaney wrote:
> > On Oct 12, 2009, at 3:34 PM, Steve Campbell
> >> I just tried updating MS on a Centos 3 box.
> >> Seems like a lot of the perl modules need
> >> perl-5.8.1, while the latest perl for Centos
> >> 3 is only 5.8.0-94, so a lot of stuff
> >> failed, along with MS.
> >> I started installing what was needed with
> >> rpmbuild, but got into the dependency
> >> circle, so I tried going back a to MS 4.72.
> >> Now a lot of the modules were deleted by the
> >> new stuff and I'm not sure that they weren't
> >> just ignored in the 4.72 install.
> >> Anyone got a suggestion for me who has done
> >> the Centos 3 install?
> >> Thanks
> >> steve campbell
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> > Steve,
> > I have to ask why are you are installing on
> > OS that's no longer supported?
> > Best regards,
> > Steve
> Not supported by whom? Centos 3 is still a
> viable OS. If our company had the resources to
> install on new equipment and I had spares, I'd
> do it. But we don't, so I can't upgrade
> hardware and OS as easily as I'd like to.
> Now, does anyone have a real suggestion?
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I, too, am still using CentOS 3 as my mail server
platform, and I, too, ran into the problems you
describe. I'm running the same perl version as
you, as well. IIRC, I updated all of the perl
modules that MS uses (from Dag repository), then
installed MS from the RPM itself. It worked/is
still working great.
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