From: Bruce Allen <ballen@gr...> - 2003-12-29 17:42:58
OK, glad you were able to sort it out easily. I assume from your reply
that this is gentoo linux.
[By the way, if you want smartd to use 'mailx' rather than 'mail', you'll
need to add '-M exec /bin/mailx' or '-M exec mailx' to smartd.conf.]
On Mon, 29 Dec 2003 david@... wrote:
> Thanks for the reply, turns out I didn't have /bin/mail installed. The
> fix was as simple as "emerge mailx". Operator error.
> > I meant to say:
> >> (4) The command that is actually executed (by /bin/sh) is:
> > mail -s 'a subject line' david@... > /dev/null 2>
> > /dev/null << "ENDMAIL"
> > This is the body of the email message.
> > ENDMAIL
> > This is three lines -- if some mailer wraps it please unwrap by hand.
> > Bruce
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