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Re: SpamAssassin service file missing after installation

From: Gnanam <gnanam_at_nospam>
Date: Wed Oct 27 2010 - 13:13:03 GMT
To: users@spamassassin.apache.org

Randy-64 wrote:
>
> Appears you are implying this init.d script existed, then was removed
> after installation which does not make sense to me.
>

Well, let me make this clear. In first place, I've experience installing SA
in RHEL4 and RHEL5 before, and after installing, if I say 'service
spamassassin start', this will work, which means service file must be
located in /etc/init.d.

But, this time, I'm trying to install in CentOS and after installation, if I
say 'service spamassassin start', this is not starting and gives
"spamassassin: unrecognized service", which means service file is not
located in /etc/init.d. So, here I don't mean that it exists before and is
removed after installation.

Hope this makes clear.

Randy-64 wrote:
>
> Also note that Redhat wrote the rpm and it is up to them to determine
> what is included.
>

I don't understand your point here. By the way, SpamAssassin is installed
from source (Mail-SpamAssassin-3.3.1.tar.gz) and only dependencies are in
RPM.
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