|Version:||mess822-0.58 (1998.09.04, "alpha")|
|MD5 (mess822-0.58.tar.gz) = 8ce4c29c994a70dcaa30140601213dbe|
|Build type:||djb classic (make setup check)|
The build/install procedure for the mess822 package is the usual
Verify the MD5 checksum:
# cd /usr/local/djb/dist # md5 mess822-0.58.tar.gz MD5 (mess822-0.58.tar.gz) = 8ce4c29c994a70dcaa30140601213dbe
If the reported checksum doesn't agree, the package has been altered or corrupted. Delete the package and download it again from a trusted source.
Unpack the tarball into your build directory:
# cd /usr/local/djb/build # tar -xzvf ../dist/mess822-0.58.tar.gz
You should now find a new directory in /usr/local/djb/build named mess822-0.58. Change into this directory:
# cd mess822-0.58
For systems that require the errno fix, apply the patch:
# patch -p1 < ../../patches/mess822-0.58.errno.patch
Then continue with the usual:
# make # make setup check
The usual brief blast of compiler message will splash your screen. When it's done, the package has been built and installed.
Link new-inject into position to replace qmail-inject:
# cp /var/qmail/bin/qmail-inject /var/qmail/bin/qmail-inject.orig # ln -fs /usr/local/bin/new-inject /var/qmail/bin/qmail-inject
Let Bernstein know the package compiled successfully, using your own name in the following:
# (echo 'Charlize Theron'; cat `cat SYSDEPS`) | mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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Last edit 2004.02.27, wcm.