This is a discussion on Re: Bayesian Learnig for SpamAssassin - SpamAssassin ; mouss-2 wrote: > > mouss wrote: >> JasonHirsh wrote: >>> Err. Or maybe your distro just is not RPM based? One should believe the >>> mail admin to know about subtle things like these... >>> >>> guenther >>> >>> >>> ...
> mouss wrote:
>> JasonHirsh wrote:
>>> Err. Or maybe your distro just is not RPM based? One should believe the
>>> mail admin to know about subtle things like these...
>>> Maybe I should know... I am the server, web, mail and security admin
>>> and I
>>> clean floors.
>> well, I hope you know what OS this is?
>> # uname -a
>> should help a bit, but is not enough to distinguish between linux
>>> I do not recall doing two installations. I know I had some problems
>>> ports initially (two or three years ago) But your input solved my
>>> SA-Learn problem
>> you said "ports"? maybe a FreeBSD then? if so
>> # pkg_delete spamassassin
>> But then why not use the ports version instead of installing yours?
> I just realized you already said it's freebsd. so the version in
> /usr/local/bin certainly came from the port and this is the one to use.
> I have no idea where the /usr/bin version came. As Karsten said, this
> maybe a wrapper script obtained from somewhere. too bad you deleted it.
> (next time, instead of deleting files, move thme somewhere else ;-p)
> Yes I know what the operating systems is FreeBSD 6.1, (as you
> nowacknowledge) and applicable to this discussionm with Postfix, amavisd,
> Dovecot and SA .
> This server started its life as my testbed for going entirely open source.
> This I don't remember all the details... my production use to using Plesk
> and frankly i was going insane remembering what was where on what
> Thanks for the pointer on moving instead of deleting..
> I am debating upgrading servers which will give me the opportunity to do a
> fresh install and clean this and some issues with X11 up.
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