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Qmail recompileing

Posted on 2006-07-10
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I want to recompile my qmail installation, with the "silly qmail syndrome" patch. I was just wondering where i can find the old compile switches, so that i can add the new patch.

Or is there an easyer way to do it?
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To add new path, you will need current patched qmail source code. If not you need to know what patches are currently applied and have to start from unpatched source code.

Before adding the patch, take a backup, so incause you need go back, you can use the source from backup.

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