openmanage & debian5
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Sun Mar 7 05:13:06 CST 2010
Tnx a lot for the suggestions.
What i did is just closed my eyes and pressed yes for the dependencies.disabled the procmail,exim etc.
And omsa runs fine.
And so does the pmx..
I will check how outdated the postfix is.
Althoug they updated recently (2/3 days ago) because of security issues in sendmail
"Tim Connors" <tim.w.connors at gmail.com> wrote:
>On Sat, 6 Mar 2010, Libor Klepáč wrote:
>> we use omsa from
>> deb ftp://ftp.sara.nl/pub/sara-omsa dell6 sara
>> deb ftp://ftp.sara.nl/pub/sara-omsa dell sara
>> (omsa 5.xx vs 6.xx)
>> without problems (well - it doesn't run now, because we have also tap and tun
>> interfaces there and java just crashes because of it).
>> We use postfix too.
>> dellomsa depends only on procmail, which in turn depends on exim4 or mail-
>> transport-agent (which is virtual package also provided by postfix) - so you
>> should be fine
>Sophos is a pain though and installs all sorts of crap outside of
>the package management system. Including the MTA unfortunately, instead
>of relying on the system MTA. Who knows how out of date their postfix
>under /opt/pmx/... is?
>Anyway, you might want to rig up a metapackage that provides
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