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FREEBSD 6.0 x86 install issues.

Started by jeffnor, November 21, 2005, 10:22:35 AM

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It appears that everything works aside from the mysql intergration on freebsd 6.0-release.

I had to create the tables myself.  

Some of the ports that were referenced in toaster, are not longer in use ?

(1) Port issue??
curley# ./toaster_setup.pl -s test |grep FAILED
       /usr/local/vpopmail/bin/vqmaillocal ............................. FAILED

It doesnt looks like vqmaillocal is used with vpop mail 5.4.10 ??  which is the current port as of today Smile

(2) vpopmail, mysql table not created ?

when I issue a ./toaster_setup -s vpopmail it works , then appear to run it again?? and leads to an error(s)

rebuild tcpserver file: no
roaming users: yes
FAILURE: vpopmail-5.4.10.tar.gz is not a gzip compressed file!
Couldn't expand vpopmail-5.4.10.tar.gz!
at ./toaster_setup.pl line 115

Which results in this :
vmysql: sql error[3]: Table 'vpopmail.vpopmail' doesn't exist
          *********  main domain is   *********
domain: bar.net
uid:    89
gid:    89
dir:    /usr/local/vpopmail/domains/bar.net
users:  0

maildomain 4.00 by Matt Simerson <mailto:matt@tnpi.biz" target="_blank">matt@tnpi.biz>FAILED, invalid user: .

             *********  info for 0  *********
domain 0 does not exist
vmysql: sql error[3]: Table 'vpopmail.vpopmail' doesn't exist
no such user postmaster@0

Any help out there?   NO YELLING!


~~ J! ~~

Shh!  You smell something?


Simlar issue here, I changed it to install ports, instead of the specific versions it asked for and it seemed to work for me.

I also discovered that If I downloaded and placed the archive in the port/distfiles I also seemed to have better luck.  My head hurts from all this changing.

I used MYSQL 5 and the SQL Tables seemed fine.  

I did discover that I needed to make a simlink from /usr/local/etc/apache2 to the version of apache installed. in /usr/local/etc/apache22 so that it could find the httpd.conf.  After I changed apache to ports so it would install.

Hope some of this helps.

Michael Lamb