[CentOS] Postfix: postconf warning on install with yum

Ferdinando Santacroce jesus_was_rasta at yahoo.it
Tue Nov 21 11:26:09 UTC 2006

Thank you a lot!
I want to use MySQL, so there's no problem about it.
So I need help configuring Postfix to correctly use MySQL...
I'll spend all the day trying do that, hope someone give me some tricks 
as soon as possible! :-D

Bye, thank you again!

Johnny Hughes ha scritto:
> 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
> repo.
> See this info on how to setup CentOSPlus:
> http://wiki.centos.org/Repositories/CentOSPlus
> Thanks,
> Johnny Hughes
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