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Available Packages

The available Postfix and pflogsumm RPM (see http://www.rpm.org for further information on the RPM package manager) files are in the following two groups.

Packages are available for Postfix versions 2.9, 2.8, 2.7, 2.6, 2.5, 2.4, 2.3, 2.2, 2.1, 2.0 and earlier.

The two groups of files are:

However please check my ftp site for the complete list of packages available.

Binary Postfix packages have been built from my source RPMS for Intel, Alpha, Sparc, S/390 and PPC versions of Linux. Not having the hardware for all these platforms I have not built all these packages myself. In each directory there is a file PACKAGES_PROVIDED_BY which indicates who has built the packages.

Binary Pflogsumm packages should work on all architectures and almost all distributions as they only require Perl. They can be found here:

The source packages (SRPMS) which enables you to rebuild the binary package on your own machine. With these files you can see how I have created the package before installing them.

The source packages provide support for building binary packages with various different options:

  • IPv6
  • pcre
  • ldap
  • TLS
  • SASL AUTH
  • mysql
  • Postgres
  • Virtual Delivery Agent (VDA)
  • Lamont Jones' RBL Maps
  • CDB
  • Support for the different DB libraries (DB3, DB4)

Support for these optional packages requires adding to the package library dependencies.

The source packages provide for building on different distributions and take into account the different system libraries and dependencies which each distribution/version requires. Therefore it is generally NOT possible to install a binary rpm on a distribution different to the one it was built on. Just rebuild from the source rpm and install the binary rpm you create.


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