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postfix service doesnt start

Posted on 2009-04-14
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Hi,

i just installed postfix and it failed to start see the logs i havnt configured anthing yet senmail has been stopped and postfix has been choosen for defult mta already

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Apr 15 04:17:16 me postfix[13905]: fatal: config variable inet_interfaces: host not found: localhost

Apr 15 04:17:53 me postfix[13935]: fatal: config variable inet_interfaces: host not found: localhost

Apr 15 04:21:08 me postfix/sendmail[14058]: fatal: config variable inet_interfaces: host not found: localhost

Apr 15 04:21:09 me postfix[14059]: fatal: config variable inet_interfaces: host

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ok i just solved it by providing my ip there :-0
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