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From: Henrik Bro
Date: 2007-02-28 08:59:54 -0500
Subject: SV: Re: Official milter updates released...

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Hi,

I can't configure milter-gris?


[root@mx milter-gris]# ./configure
platform is... Linux
checking for md5sum... md5sum
checking for autoconf-2.59... no
checking for autoconf... autoconf

milter-gris/0.20.111
Copyright 2004, 2007 by Anthony Howe. All rights reserved.


***************************************************************
***   This application requires threaded SQLite3 support.   ***
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[root@mx milter-gris]#


I have installed autoconf 2.59.1

/henrik



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Emne: [milters] Re: Official milter updates released...

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Anthony Howe wrote:
> The long overdue updates to libsnert and all the Snert milters has=20
> finally been released. These updates are highly recommended as they=20
> address soon memory related stability issues, fix the build/runtime=20
> issues for Sendmail 8.14 libmilter, and many other fixes too numerous =
to=20
> list. milter-limit and milter-p0f will now work with Postfix.

I should have mentioned that libsnert has grown, in that it now include=20
SQLite3 for some soon to be released changes. For the majority of the=20
milters, you won't need SQLite3 so you should build without it:

	cd com/snert/src/lib
	./configure --without-sqlite3
	make clean build
	cd ../milter-NAME
	./configure
	make clean build
	sudo make install

If you include the SQLite3 support, then you can actually specify that=20
access-db be an SQLite3 database. Note though that sendmail does not=20
support SQLite, so if you go this route you'll have to maintain one=20
historical .db file for sendmail and one .sq3 file for the milters. It=20
all depends on your setup.

Another major enhancement that appears in this release is socket-map=20
support for access-db. LibSnert provides some tools kvmap, kvmd, and=20
kvmc (see com/snert/src/lib/type) that allows you to convert between=20
formats and test/run client/server socket-map support.

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Anthony C Howe          Skype: SirWumpus                    SnertSoft
+33 6 11 89 73 78         AIM: SirWumpus    Sendmail Milter Solutions
http://www.snert.com/     ICQ: 7116561
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