Re: qmail? (was:Re: sendmail vs smail)
>>Antti-Juhani Kaijanaho wrote:
>A related question: is there any chance of getting a Debianized
>distribution of qmail in the near future? A mere source could do.
You can use a non-debianized version: the only difference is that
Debian already have qmail users and groups in /etc/passwd & /etc/group
so you'll need to skip most of INSTALL.ids part of qmail setup.
And you'll need to write a startup script.
>I know that there is qmail in project/experimental (at least my mirror
>has it), but I'd rather not use alpha software -- and I think I would
>be violating Dan's copyright if I were to use the experimental
>package, wouldn't I?
I don't know about the copyright, or why using debianized qmail-1.0
in experimental would be different from using non-debianized qmail-1.0
wrt copy rites. I'm using it, and I've been using non-debianized qmail
before Christian packaged it, and they haven't arrested me (yet). :)
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