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Re: Courier build problems
- To: "David Given" <email@example.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Re: Courier build problems
- From: "Darren Spruell" <Darren_Spruell@sento.com>
- Date: Fri, 15 Mar 2002 14:15:51 -0700
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- Thread-Topic: Courier build problems
let me share a bit of my experience with this.
tcl and tk went in fine for me, although i don't have X either.
I believe I used the port for these.
in fact, if you 'make && make install && make clean' the port for
expect, i think it'll automatically grab and build tcl/tk for you.
as for how i dealt with the c_rehash error you're seeing, you only
need that if you use the webmail portion of courier (IIRC.. sorry if
I'm wrong). If you want webmail, you may look at squirrelmail instead,
nicer and more options ( *i* think). To get around it, I used such a
switch as --without_ssl, or something along those lines.
This may be something you'll want to poke around on the courier lists a
with too. the help there was nice, but ended without success for me ;)
Sento IS Dep't
> -----Original Message-----
> From: David Given [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Friday, March 15, 2002 10:58 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Courier build problems
> I'm trying to build Courier. The results aren't pretty.
> * Courier depends on expect. expect depends on tcl and tk. I
> don't have X, so tk won't install, and expect has no no_x11
> flavour. Hacking the package to install expect
> without X isn't
> hard, but is a pain.
> * Courier is trying to reference the c_rehash script
> in OpenSSL.
> OpenSSL is in the OpenBSD 3.0 base, so I should have it,
> right? I don't. The only c_rehash locate can find is in
> /usr/src/lib/libssl/src/tools/c_rehash.in, which
> would seem to
> imply something significant (exactly what, I don't
> know). I'm
> trying to rebuild OpenSSL to see what happens.
> * I notice the Courier is on the Projects In Work page ---
> anyone know how it's getting on?
> In other news, I still haven't worked out how to update my ports tree
> against a CVS server. If anyone can point me to the right bit of
> documentation, I'd be grateful...
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