Re: fidogate resend
>>>>> "Paul" == Paul <email@example.com> writes:
Paul> Thanks for the help Brian and Colin, as you can see I`ve
Paul> still got a lot of learning to do about Linux in general but
Paul> I really want to get on fidonet. I`ve been given a point but
Paul> I never realised that the software would be so difficult.
I found it rather difficult myself.
I don't think I will be able to help you much until I upgrade
to fidogate myself.
Paul> This was a debian package. I tried to make a directory
Paul> called /usr/sbin/innd and link it to /usr/lib/news/bin/innd
Paul> with the command:
Paul> ln -s /usr/lib/news/bin/innd /user/sbin/innd
Paul> In return for which I get:
Paul> ln: cannot create symbolic link `/user/sbin/innd' to
Paul> `/usr/lib/news/bi n/innd': No such file or directory
Replace "user" with "usr" and it should work.
Consider filing a bug report against fidogate (if there isn't already
one), as it looks like the innd binary has moved, which confuses it.
Brian May <firstname.lastname@example.org>