On Sat, Jun 15, 2002 at 03:04:05PM -0400, Geoffrey F. Green wrote:
> First, has anyone tried it, and does it work?
I run it on my laptop as my MTA and have no problems.
> Second, postfix's versioning scheme is a bit wacky, so I can't tell if the
> version on fink is the latest stable version, or whether it's a test/beta
> version. Looking on the web site, it appears that the versions with date
> versions (like the one on fink) are beta, while the "n.n patchlevel n"
> versions are the stable ones.
It's an older pre-release - which should be updated anyway. But
Wietse's pre-releases are more, er, reliable than a lot of software.
> Third, an Xfree86-dependent program is listed as a dependency for postfix
> (tcltk-dev). I don't have Xfree86 installed and I don't want to, and I'm
> not sure why it's necessary for a pure CLI program like postfix. Any
> thoughts? Is it safe to edit the .info file and get rid of that dependency?
I'd like to do that as well, (did it for nethack :P) I may make
another package for postfix that is cleaner and more up to date.
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