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Re: Courier build problems
> * 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 only requires expect if you want to change your password via
webmail. Personally, I don't care for Courier's webmail program
(sqwebmail), I prefer Squirrelmail. I only use sqwebmail to edit my
> * 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.
Shoot, I know I had a note around somewhere about this, but I can't seem to
find it. Try copying c_rehash.in to /usr/bin/c_rehash, I think that did it
> * I notice the Courier is on the Projects In Work page ---
> anyone know how it's getting on?
I've got 0.36.0 working in production, but there's some things about my
install I didn't care for. I've fixed them and have 0.37.3 compiling and
installing, and I expect to test it this weekend. Installing is still a
somewhat manual process, though.
> 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...
Once you've checked it out, you can change to /usr/ports and do cvs up.