Re: [Suns-at-Home] debian (IPX *and* ultra1) as mailserver
If you're compiling it you'll need the -dev packages for everything it
needs too, they contain the headers and archives for linking. But why
are you compiling it anyway? There are cyrus21-* packages in both
testing and unstable.
Mauricio said the following:
At 15:58 -0500 1/31/04, Jim Crilly wrote:
Cyrus is fast as hell if you have a lot of messages in 1 folder, for
just myself the speed difference between it and Courier on the same
hardware was tremendous. And the use of squatter indexes makes
searching also beyond fast. But you'll need to run atleast testing to
get a recent version of it. And make sure you read the docs, it can be
a bit of a PITA to setup because of the dependency on SASL but it's
pretty simple once you understand how it works.
I am trying to get that compiled in my IPX/Debian, without much
luck. For instance, it cannot find openssl even though AFAIK it is
installed (it is a bit had to ssh to the machine without it. =). Could I
annoy you regarding that?