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Hi, I am trying to install qmail in Redhat 5. I have a problem when am trying to install Qmail 1.03 version. I created users which is mensioned in the ...
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    Qmail Installation problem


    Hi,
    I am trying to install qmail in Redhat 5. I have a problem when am trying to install Qmail 1.03 version. I created users which is mensioned in the install.ids files. Then when i trying to check using make cmd it's giving error.

    # make setup check
    Error is aut str error 127. CC is not found.
    But i have gcc 4.1 for el5.


    Can u help me as soon as possible

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    you could try g++

    yum install g++
    or
    yum search g++
    to get the correct name

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    I have used QmailToaster from Qmail Toaster RPMS for RedHat, Fedora Core, CentOS, Mandriva, Mandrake and SuSE and eveything installed like charm!

    I would recommend you use QmailToaster instead of trying to install qmail from source.

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    Qmail

    Am having Redhat enterprice server edition. i didb't have the licenced version. So unbale to use yum installation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k.sethupathi View Post
    Am having Redhat enterprice server edition. i didb't have the licenced version. So unbale to use yum installation.
    sounds kind of silly to have even used redhat enterprise then, since the only benefit of it is the updates.
    I would either configure redhat to use centos repositories HowTos/PackageManagement/YumOnRHEL - CentOS Wiki or download and install centos if you are just trying to stay redhat based. centos is an almost identical mirror of rhel so it should be fine to use its repo's or use centos all together.

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