[dspam-users] thanks for dspam, my experiences on FreeBSD,
kline at thought.org
Wed Apr 28 12:30:35 PDT 2004
On Wed, Apr 28, 2004 at 09:32:20AM +0300, Ion-Mihai Tetcu wrote:
> On Wed, 28 Apr 2004 07:44:54 +0200
> Andreas Klemm <andreas at FreeBSD.org> wrote:
> > On Tue, Apr 27, 2004 at 02:42:47AM +0300, Ion-Mihai Tetcu wrote:
> > >
> > > [ dspam-users at nuclearelephant.com dropped ]
> > >
> > > What about a dspam-devel port ?
> > Would be beneficial.
> > q: could that port be arranged, so that it can be installed with the
> > -stable version in parallel ?
> Yes, that's how I'm using it. You would share the database, I think, or
> have to copy it manually. I managed to automate that, but I'm afraid it
> is not portable. Anyway it should not be a problem.
> > When testing new features with a test user Id like to keep a stable
> > anti spam environment.
> Well, I have a local port that should be portlint'ed a little. Currently
> is using unstable releases + some local patches, but I could made it
> pull out sources from the cvs instead.
> So what would people prefer the port to use:
> - unstable releases + patches on major bugs (pro: it should always work;
> con: patches would have to be made and *submited* in our cvs - which
> could take a while)
> - known to be working cvs snapshots (pro: more close to head)
> - cvs head (pro: the blending edge with all new features; con: well, you
> know, it could wipe out everything, as the maintainer will have little
Hope I am not highjacking this thread (at least not totally),
but is there any summary of things-to-do to get dspam running?
to get it in 'learn' mode?? No far I have created a list of
trusted users/groups. Now what?
Re a -devel port, my experience with most of the devel suites
is that they are risky (to put it politely:). I would advise
anybody who installs a -devel port of anything to have the
stable/tested port around....
Gary Kline kline at thought.org www.thought.org Public service Unix
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