Re: maildrop in proposed-updates does not work, it can't create a dot-lock
On Fri, Sep 29, 2000 at 10:27:20AM +0200, Josip Rodin wrote:
> Quite strange, considering the NMU implements that same chgrp+chmod!
I've seen it.
> I just tried the package (got the sources and rebuilt myself), and it works:
> Sep 29 10:27:12 pork postfix/qmgr: 657D37C086: from=<firstname.lastname@example.org>, size=398 (queue active)
> Sep 29 10:27:12 pork postfix/local: 657D37C086: to=<email@example.com>, relay=local, delay=0, status=sent ("|/usr/bin/maildrop")
I removed potato version and install from scratch from proposed-updates.
After that I fetched mail and it remained in queue with the same error
of "can't create lockfile". I use it with a pipe from my ~/.forward and
only the configuration in ~/.mailfilter. Are you using a system-wide
configuration or as MDA for all users?
> The Version: pseudo-header of this bug is still unchanged... are you sure
> you are using the right version?
Oops, I should absolutely fetch my mail so after that I installed again
potato version with chgrp+chmod. I used reportbug because it's useful
but I forgot to remove references to wrong release. I really used
package in proposed-updates.
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