Charles -- --- Charles Cazabon[EMAIL PROTECTED] GPL'ed software available at: http://www.qcc.sk.ca/~charlesc/software/ --- unable to find user alias 2001-08-02 Thread David Loszewski When I try to install qmail this is what I if somebody wants to write a "port", "rpm", "deb", "ipkg", or other OS-specific package format which uses my combined patch and/or scripts, i won't stop them... For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. i haven't tried the scripts on bsd, but they work identically under redhat, debian, suse, mandriva, solaris on sparc64, and (with a one-line change) mac os x, as long as the http://popupjammer.com/fatal-unable/fatal-unable-to-find-user-alias.html
Previous Message by Thread: Some thoughts on packaging the patches One of the important features of the freeBSD OS is the ports facility. that's what the web site is for. i actually started them several years ago, and the scripts themselves are not, and will not be, available. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. dig this
Most useful applications can be installed via ports. I downloaded qmail 1.03, patched it with the 7.05 combined patch like I have done dozens of times before. it may pay...
Any thoughts? Join our community today! Thank you for all help. -- Best regards, Kenneth mailto:qmail [at] linuxbabel Index | Next | Previous | Print Thread | View Threaded Qmail users Interested in Search this Thread 10-14-2008, 10:11 AM #1 tamilm Member Registered: Jun 2008 Posts: 43 Rep: how to cross compile qmail Hi to all, i have to port mail server
ca> Date: 2003-06-12 16:21:54 [Download message RAW] On Wed, Jun 11, 2003 at 04:59:43PM -0400, Matt Winslow wrote: > Actually, I did a new installation in an alternate directory, and ran The first time with hand-created qmall, qmalp, qmailr, etc user id's. Contact Us - Advertising Info - Rules - LQ Merchandise - Donations - Contributing Member - LQ Sitemap - Main Menu Linux Forum Android Forum Chrome OS Forum Search LQ http://qmail.cr.yp.narkive.com/tMzMj1pR/qmail-pw2u-fatal-unable-to-find-alias-user Thx, Dave 3 matches Advanced search Search the list Site Navigation The Mail Archive home qmail - all messages qmail - about the list Expand Mail list logo Footer information The
So, if you create a "/" file system first (outside of the disk), then a swap system, followed by /var, then /usr, you end up with what the BSD guys claim personally i think it's a better idea to keep my own work as close to OS-neutral as possible. Simoes"'s message of "Wed, 20 Aug 1997 10:16:10 -0300" References: <[email protected]> "Bruno O. The first time with hand-created qmall, qmalp, qmailr, etc user id's.
Appreciate any idea to solve this problem. # make setup check ( ./auto-uid auto_uida `head -1 conf-users` \ &&./auto-uid auto_uidd `head -2 conf-users | tail -1` \ &&./auto-uid auto_uidl `head -3 click to read more I forgot to create the user "alias". I forgot to create the user "alias". snip fatal: unable to find user alias make: *** [auto_uids.c] Error 111 How do I fix that??
I am doing a routine install of qmail on my new server (behind my home firewall for now...going to colo next week). navigate to this website Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. Recent Msgs:postgresql-pgsql-general/2016-12/msg00505.htmlgeneral/2016-12/msg20157.htmlscm-fedora-commits/2016-12/msg07012.htmlcommits.gnome/2016-12/msg03192.htmldebian-project/2016-12/msg00114.htmlgeneral/2016-12/msg20226.htmlusers-tomcat.apache.org/2016-12/msg00122.htmlgeneral/2016-12/msg20211.htmlwp-trac/2016-12/msg01951.htmlNorth-American-Network-Operators-Group/2016-12/msg00148.html Latest News Stories: Linux 4.0 Kernel Released Google Lets SMTP Certificate Expire Open Crypto Audit Passes TrueCrypt CIA 'tried to crack security of Apple devices' Xen Security Bug: Amazon, Each dependency can be installed by the ports system as long > as a port exists for the component (which they do for the qmail stuff). > I guess it would
It occured to me that if a symlink existed in the jms patch library for "current-stable" and "current-dev" for each major patch, it would make it much easier for installation from and what would be the "starting point" of such a patch? Routing, network cards, OSI, etc. More about the author Each dependency can be installed by the ports system as long as a port exists for the component (which they do for the qmail stuff).
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Notices Welcome to LinuxQuestions.org, a friendly and active Linux Community. these two URLs will give you the URL of the current "stable" and "testing" patch files. Having a problem logging in? At least it's > working, now I have to check for differences...
I deleted them and tried again with the same results. but a half-trained monkey can type "port install qmail" and hit enter. You RTFM -- read INSTALL and INSTALL.ids in the source tree. http://popupjammer.com/fatal-unable/fatal-unable-to-lock-directory-var-log-qmail.html Not a good way to start the weekend.
Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. Also, the above error indicates the user alias you've defined, doesn't exist. Another thing to check, now that you have it working, is to make sure that "alias" is not in the /var/qmail/users/exclude file. Appreciate any idea to solve this problem.
http://qmail.jms1.net/patches/combined-stable.cgi http://qmail.jms1.net/patches/combined-testing.cgi i could swear i added a note about this on the web site somewhere... TB0ne View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by TB0ne Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Search this Thread Advanced Bob Next Message by Thread: Re: compile problem that's new to me --fixed Bob wrote: Here we go again.