From: Tony Earnshaw <tonni@he...> - 2007-05-06 16:00:51
Can be downloaded from ftp://ipd50aa34e.speed.planet.nl. As always, with
the proviso "God, Nuon, Hetnet.nl and Asus/Western Digital willing". As
well as my Thomson ST546 ADSL firewall, which I managed somehow to eff
up for ftp today; is now fixed.
RHAS/RHEL5 and CentOS 5 rpms/srpms should be available within one to 2
months; I've just begun to work with CentOS and will be beginning on
The stuff incorporates libdk and validates when tested against
It won't build or install unless you have Postfix >= 2.3 and Red Hat's
sendmail-devel installed, with or without Sendmail as alternative MTA to
Postfix (Red Hat special twisted deviance).
Kudos to the dkim developers for getting rid of the need for constant
patching for each new dkim-milter version by incorporating most of what
earlier had to be patched in Makefile.m4 into site.config.m4 - though my
libdk patch still works, so I suppose that patching Makefile.m4 in
that's still necessary.
I ran 'rpmlint' against both the FC6 and RHAS4 rpms and it didn't come
up with much other than the usual unhelpful rubbish (different rubbish
for RHAS4 from FC6) so the rpms should be more or less kosher. It would
be really helpful if FC or RHEL Postfix people could give feedback, but
I don't suppose there are too many of *them* on this list?
Who should have been busy clipping his (garden) hedge today instead of
doing all this.
Email: tonni at hetnet dot nl
From: Murray S. Kucherawy <msk@se...> - 2007-05-07 02:57:40
Tony Earnshaw wrote:
> Kudos to the dkim developers for getting rid of the need for constant
> patching for each new dkim-milter version by incorporating most of what
> earlier had to be patched in Makefile.m4 into site.config.m4 - though my
> libdk patch still works, so I suppose that patching Makefile.m4 in
> that's still necessary.
Glad you like it!
I haven't modified libdk or dk-filter to use the new build format. I
don't have enough stuff queued up for that release, plus the general
movement toward DKIM means it gets more of my attention lately.
I'll see if I can get a new version out soon that cleans up dk-milter
the same way I have dkim-milter.