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It's an > unfortunate dependancy of qmail, and that's the best workaround for it > in Debian. Look in the upload queue for -41, or wait for when qmail-src shows back up in testing. If you can't adequately maintain the package, say so instead of finding random third parties to explode at. Message #37 received at [email protected] (full text, mbox, reply): From: Steve Langasek To: Jon Marler , [email protected] Cc: Stephen Gran , [email protected] Subject: Re: Bug#402331: FTBFS: "unable to find user navigate here

Debian Bug report logs - #402331 FTBFS: "unable to find user alias" Package: qmail; Maintainer for qmail is Gerrit Pape ; Source for qmail is src:netqmail. Message #73 received at [email protected] (full text, mbox, reply): From: Thomas Huriaux To: Jon Marler Cc: [email protected] Subject: Re: Bug#402331: FTBFS: "unable to find user alias" Date: Thu, 21 After the unfortunate ugliness (which was before my time) qmail ended up the non-free red-headed bastard stepchild it is today. It still fails.

The builds were processed as root. That is very odd, if true. No further changes may be made. See earlier comment about looking > a kernel-module source packages for insparation. > > I hope this analysis helps!?! > Alex Owen I worked up a possible fix for the problem,

I can't get the Debian folks to include the qmail users again in the default passwd file. I'm assuming you have added all other necessary groups and users.. From my experience with > DJB, you have a snowball's chance in hell at getting as much as an email back > from him ... My debian/rules build command would build the binary package, and the -src package, rather than just the -src package.

some kind of corruption on the client side (your Ubuntu). It seems to have worked (for now), but it seems that everything is so unstable... –cmhughes Jan 4 '14 at 15:49 @cmhughes yes, it is similar: it basically unpack. Cheers, -- Thomas Huriaux [signature.asc (application/pgp-signature, inline)] Information forwarded to [email protected], Jon Marler : Bug#402331; Package qmail. They made up > their mind, and nobody is going to change it. > > I did my best to work around the problem by adding a script that will >

If you say it can't, then I guess I'll take your word for it, but it does seem like an odd restriction on the code base. > I have made 40 See https://www.grid5000.fr/ -- | Lucas Nussbaum | [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.lucas-nussbaum.net/ | | jabber: [EMAIL PROTECTED] GPG: 1024D/023B3F4F | -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with a subject of "unsubscribe". See the Subject: header.Please don't do that.How can I have smptd started during the boot process.Follow "Life with qmail".Charles-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Charles Cazabon <***@discworld.dyndns.org>GPL'ed software available at: http://www.qcc.ca/~charlesc/software/Read http://www.qcc.ca/~charlesc/writings/12-steps-to-qmail-list-bliss.html--------------------------------------------------------------------------- Matt Winslow 2003-06-11 19:12:41 UTC How can I diagnose and fix this problem?

Alex Owen Information forwarded to [email protected]: Bug#402331; Package qmail. http://blog.sina.com.cn/s/blog_6987b1dc010113sm.html Full text and rfc822 format available. I don't want to, but it seems like it may be my only option...Post by Matt WinslowCharles-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Charles Cazabonhttp://www.qcc.ca/~charlesc/software/Read http://www.qcc.ca/~charlesc/writings/12-steps-to-qmail-list-bliss.html--------------------------------------------------------------------------- Charles Cazabon 2003-06-11 20:46:28 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by Matt WinslowPost by The way qmail works in Debian is a hack.

The debian/rules file would build the qmail package in tandem with the -src package. http://netfiscal.com/fatal-unable/fatal-unable-to-connect-to-github-com.html It's hard enough for me to distinguish what exactly theproblem is...I need a programming course. As far as I can tell, I have fixed the bug in qmail-src. This will avoid this popping up now and again.

Here's the output I got when I stashed: [email protected] ~/code/project $ git stash fatal: unable to read tree 5fd5f4d0425b42e5b478773fa643dd6fd4918188 fatal: unable to read tree 5fd5f4d0425b42e5b478773fa643dd6fd4918188 Saved working directory and index state It's an unfortunate dependancy of qmail, and that's the best workaround for it in Debian. Copy sent to Jon Marler . his comment is here Note also that if it is a known issue that you don't want to fix, you should mark the bug as wontfix instead of closing the bugs.

Full text and rfc822 format available. It languished for a while, and I ended up taking over the package for Phil Hands and got 1.03 hacked in. eg: qla2x00 from sarge.

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Notification sent to Thomas Huriaux : Bug acknowledged by developer. Request was from Thomas Huriaux to [email protected] Would reinstallingfrom scratchPost by Matt Winslowmaybe help?No. The problem seems to be that your debian/rules is misusing the binary-arch and binary-indep targets for purposes other than building the packages listed in debian/control.

Message #49 received at [email protected] (full text, mbox, reply): From: Jon Marler To: Alex Owen , [email protected] Subject: Re: Bug#402331: Agree with Steve Langasek's analysis. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed it's not that I won't fix it .. weblink I put this in my /etc/rc.local to startmy smtp but it does not come up.

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