[CentOS] Postfix: postconf warning on install with yum
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Tue Nov 21 10:40:02 UTC 2006
On Tue, 2006-11-21 at 10:56 +0100, Ferdinando Santacroce wrote:
> Hi guys!
> I'm tryng to install Postfix on my CentOS local web server.
> I use CentOS plus repositories, PHP and MySQL 5, Apache 2, ProFTPd,
> Webmin and Virtualmin
> When i Try to install Postfix by yum I receive this kind of warning:
> /usr/sbin/postconf: /usr/lib/mysql/libmysqlclient.so.14: no version
> information available (required by /usr/sbin/postconf)
> Postfix seems to be installed after that, but there's no way to make it
> up and running...
> There's a known solution for this problem?
If you use CentOSPlus you need to exclude packages you don't want from
there. The postfix from CentOSPlus is one that uses mysql or pgsql to
hold things like the alias files and other postfix items in databases.
You need to configure postfix to use mysql (or pgsql) if you install the
postfix from the CentOSPlus repository.
If you want to use the normal postfix (and not the database enabled one)
then exclude=postfix* in the CentOSPlus repo setup and remove postfix,
then reinstall it ... it will then install the normal one from the base
See this info on how to setup CentOSPlus:
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