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Redhat, Berkeley DB version mismatch: compiled against 4.2.52, run-time linked against 4.1.25

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I've installed sendmail and get this error Berkeley DB version mismatch: compiled against 4.2.52, run-time linked against 4.1.25.

I can't see where it is linked to and can't seem to find any info.
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This is saying that the copy of sendmail you've installed was built on a system that had BerkeleyDB 4.2.52 but the copy of BerkelyDB on your system is 4.1.25. Since 4.1.25 would be the normal version for a recent RedHat distribution it sounds to me like the copy of Sendmail you installed wasn't built for RedHat. Where did it come from and is there some  reason you can't use RedHat's copy of Sendmail (which wouldn't have this problem)?
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well, i installed the newest version of sendmail installed but the thing with the redhat ver of sendmail is that it wants the older version of sasl installed as well but i have the new ver of that too. So either case it gives me errors.

I want to just reinstall everything from scratch but this is a live server... ;(
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What version of RedHat is this? And is it up to date w/respect to the RedHat errata?
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Redhat 8. I've removed the rpms and recompiled bdb and sendmail
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That should work.
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Didn't work but i dumped sendmail and used Postfix and that works.

I guess this question can be closed...
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