Re: postfix on 64 bit servers
On Fri, Jan 05, 2007 at 02:20:17AM +0100, Stephane Durieux wrote:
> I am trying to install a mail server on a 64 bit architecture.
> I have few questions about it
> First, the interest of doing it (if the memory doesn t exceed 4 Go)
> Secondly, how can I install a 64 bit version of postfix ?
> from sources
> or is it automatic on a 64 bit kernel (I really don t see how but ? )
> Thanks for reply
If you're running Debian, isn't it just a package to install using dplg
or apt or aptitude or synaptic or whatever you're using to install
packages? (I use aptitude interactively to install packages) Postfix
is available as a package for oldstable, stable, testing, unstable, and
experimental. YOu'll find it conflicts with exim, which Debian installs
by default, and so you'll probably have to uninstall exim. I believe
aptitude will figure that out by itself. If you're happy with exim,
though, you already have mail on your machine.
Unless you mean something different than I do by the words 'mail