On Thu, 30 Mar 2006 14:35:11 -0800 bill...@billsden.org wrote:
Bowie Bailey wrote:
Bill Taroli wrote:
I also run Courier on FC4 for a lab at work, and it runs well there,
too. I find that I have been continuing to build from sources there
still since (a) got used to it with Solaris and (b) central RPMs don't
seem to keep up on latest versions well -- or I just don't know where
to look. ;-)
Are you installing from source, or just building the RPMs from source?
I have been installing from source. I see the potential benefit from
doing RPM installs. I guess I'd feel a stronger urge to do it if I were
having to manage several servers, too. Definitely food for thought.
It's only a benefit if using Linux unless there is rpm for Solaris and FreeBSD that I am not aware of. How's Courier in pkgadd :)
I typically run --prefix on my courier configures and install these under one directory like:
That way, I just tar up the whole /usr/local/courier and replicate across the nodes in a cluster.