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Re: exim 4 packages uploaded to experimental



On Sun, Feb 23, 2003 at 12:19:52PM +0100, Andreas Metzler wrote:
> David B Harris <david@eelf.ddts.net> wrote:
> > On Sat, 22 Feb 2003 14:01:44 +0100
> > Marc Haber <mh+debian-devel@zugschlus.de> wrote:
> >> - a semi-clean update path from exim 3 by trying to parse the exim 3
> >>   config file if it has been generated by eximconfig.
> 
> > (exim4-daemon-heavy installed from q.bofh.de)
> 
> > Hey there :) Thanks for the work.
> 
> > On upgrade, from the "old" exim, /etc/inetd.conf remains unchanged,
> > resulting in some nasty behaviour (ie: with the default install, no mail
> > coming in remotely is deliverable).
> 
> > Dunno if this is known, or what, but there you go :)
> 
> No, it was not known and should/could not happen because Exim invokes
> "update-inetd --comment-chars \#disabled\# --disable smtp"
> on uninstall.

  I have just installed exim4-daemon-heavy, upgrading from current
  exim package in unstable, and I have had the same problem.
  The smtp line is left back pointig to exim instead of exim4. Perhaps a
  link is needed? 

> Do you have a leftover /etc/inetd.conf and no update-inetd?

  No and no.

BTW: Everything else seems to be working fine... I hope this mail
is going to be delivered ;)

-- 
  Jose Carlos Garcia Sogo
     jsogo@debian.org

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