Installing on Ubuntu 19
yuwang at cs.fsu.edu
Wed Apr 22 13:20:50 UTC 2020
Did you download the signature: MailScanner-5.3.1-3.noarch.deb.sig and
verify that the .deb file you downloaded is legit and complete?
The first time I did it, I right clicked and copied the links from this
page https://github.com/MailScanner/v5/tree/master/builds. Then used
'wget' to download on my CentOS 7 server. When I verify the signature,
gpg complained the .sig file was not a signature file. I then found out
'wget' retrieved html pages not the real files. I had to click the links
on https://github.com/MailScanner/v5/tree/master/builds, then copy the
signature and the link of "Download" button.
On 2020-04-22 07:53, Mail Lists wrote:
> I've been using MailScanner for a long time, back when all there
> was a tar file for install.
> Since the release of the different flavors I have not been able to
> install it on anything. For instance
> I am trying to install it on Ubuntu 19 and all I get is this.
> sudo dpkg --install MailScanner-5.3.1-3.noarch.deb
> dpkg-deb: error: 'MailScanner-5.3.1-3.noarch.deb' is not a Debian
> format archive
> dpkg: error processing archive MailScanner-5.3.1-3.noarch.deb
> dpkg-deb --control subprocess returned error exit status 2
> Errors were encountered while processing:
> please point me to the nearest readme or doc that I can locate that
> explains my errors.
> I also have this happening on Centos 7.
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