Joined: June 2006
||Posted: Aug. 03 2007,15:25
|Quote (lucky13 @ Aug. 03 2007,11:15)|
|So if I apt-get sendmail and config/make/make-install|
You don't do both. You'll get a binary from apt-get, and apt-get handles the dependencies (which MIGHT be a problem as curaga said because DSL isn't straight-laced Debian). You'll make a binary from source with ./configure, etc., so you'll have to do all your dependencies on your own.
'do the dependencies on my own'.....What is the easiest way to do this? (look at the sendmail doc, check the dependency list, get and install each dependency? or is there an easier/better way?)