portmanager, amavis update problem
alistair.sutton at gmail.com
Mon Jun 27 15:14:01 GMT 2005
On 27/06/05, Bart Silverstrim <bsilverstrim at athensasd.org> wrote:
> On Jun 27, 2005, at 11:02 AM, Alistair Sutton wrote:
> > Have you tried manualling installing the amavisd-new port? If there is
> > a problem with the dependencies then manually installing the port
> > should pull in SpamAssassin without any problems and portmanager
> > should no longer need to rebuild it thus allowing it to continue on
> > upgrading anything else.
> right now it looks like after manually deinstalling/reinstalling a
> couple of the perl modules Amavis depends on (well, spamassassin) it
> builds, but there's a problem with a MIME module or something depending
> thereof :-/
> I get mime_decode-1 FAILED errors in the amavis logs.
I'm guessing that may have something to do with one of the perl mime
modules but I've no idea which one (helpful aren't I? ;-)
> Is there a way to rebuild amavis and all the perl modules it uses
Apologies for asking this but have you read /usr/ports/UPDATING
specifically wrt the recent perl upgrade? Could be worth running the
perl upgrade script mentioned there.
I know that portmanager should handle the upgrade without any issues
but I've not managed to have enough time to let my system work through
all the perl-dependent ports yet.
You could use 'portupgrade -fR amavis' to rebuild all the ports that
amavis depends upon as well as amavis itself. That should work things
out in the right order and rebuild everything so that all dependecies
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