[PATCH] Postfix port
Daniel J. Luke
dluke at geeklair.net
Thu Sep 28 10:16:27 PDT 2006
On Sep 28, 2006, at 12:25 PM, Gufo wrote:
> this is my first mail here, please correct if is not the right
> place to
> post this kind of informations.
The best way to get this to the right person would be to open a bug
in trac, assign it to the port maintainer, and attach your patches.
> The current port of postfix doesn't work well, so I did some work
> to make it ok:
> Attached are:
> - a simple patch to postfix-script so it can correctly recognise
> folders permissions
> - a patch to the portfile which:
> * add cyrus support (this must be done explicitely in 2.3.X)
> * try to compile postfix against _system_ openssl and _macports'_
We try to use macports provided libraries whenever possible. (see
"Why is MacPorts using its own libraries?")
> * bump postfix version to 2.3.4
> There's one unresolved issue, no matter if I explicitly compile it
> against system or macports version of openssl, I have this warning:
> postfix/smtp: warning: run-time library vs. compile-time header
> version mismatch: OpenSSL 0.9.8 may not be compatible with OpenSSL
> Which means it compiles against system version of openssl and uses
> macports' one at run time.
It means it found one version of the openssl headers and is linked to
a different version of the library ... that's bad and is probably why
you are having tls issues.
> As a result I can't start a tls connection with any mailserver.
> After installation 2 files must be deleted (I don't know which is the
> best way to do this in the Portfile):
You can't really delete those files on install, but they are an old
holdover from before we had destroot.keepdirs , so you can probably
change the portfile to no longer generate them.
Daniel J. Luke
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