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Tue Aug 19 20:53:33 IST 2014
This is one of those things where I gave up on the repo's quite some time
ago and install from source.
Centos 5.x and 6.x
Source installs the binary in /usr/local/bin/ so you might need a symlink
for /usr/bin/spamassassin if you are using Mailwatch or you might need to
edit your MailWatch conf.php for the location of SA.
It is a pretty quick install and I personally have had no issues with
installing from source. Agreed not as easy as yum update spamassassin but
it has been totally painless anyway.
Best of luck,
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[mailto:mailscanner-bounces at lists.mailscanner.info] On Behalf Of Kevin
Sent: Tuesday, August 19, 2014 1:55 PM
To: MailScanner List (mailscanner at lists.mailscanner.info)
Subject: Upgrading spamassassin
Historically I've used Jules' prepackaged spamassassin tarballs to
install/upgrade. Those seem to have fallen by the wayside now however. I'm
on spamassassin 3.3.1. What's the best way to get current?
The OS varies by email host:
SLES 10.4 & 11.2
Any caveats to just downloading from spamassassin.org and installing? RPMs
are so much more convenient, but they seem to be stagnant an awful lot of
the time. My test server has both epel and rpmforge repos added but they're
"stale" as well.
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