SV: SV: SV: daemontools failed compilation (what about qmail?)
Paolo Nesti Poggi
pnp at italyflash.com
Fri Dec 12 09:19:54 UTC 2003
> Alrighty, well having tried all 3 methods to try get
> all going on fedora, ie via the .i386.rpms / .src.rpms
> and via tarballs and patching them manually.
> Not one of those ways proves a positive result with trying to get
> dnscache to run.
> The supervise script/directory are not created and hence dnscache cannot
When you have installed daemontools, ucspi-tcp and djbdns you have to
configure dnscache (which is part of djbdns).
djbdns is both a dns cache server and a dns server (dnscache and tinydns).
For dnscache you have to create all relevant directories by running
however the /service directory should have been created by the installation
> Does anyone have any idea's as to the cause of this ? Im assuming
> someone here has successfully gotten these packages working with fedora.
> Than again it could be something ever so simple that I'm overlooking,
> however it is just a case of 4 patches to be applied and then compiling
> the 3 appropriate packages mentioned above.
Yes, you might have forgotten to run dnscache-conf, but i've not precise
info about what fails
You can try with David Sills instructions, at:
These are for Ucspi-tcp and Daemontools.
Then install djbdns as explained here:
BUT patch it first with this patch:
You should have done the same for ucspi-tcp and daemontools
Then go on with the said instructions at:
I have followed the workstation instructions for an ISP-like installation
Before starting dnscache stop Bind and eventually erase it when you have
dnscache works, to avoid it restarting when you reboot the system.
rpm -e bind
Please keep to these instructions, step by step, and if it doesn't succed
show what you've got.
That is: show the step you have followed and the result you've got.
It's few steps, it should be possible just to copy and paste the output on
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