david.goodenough at btconnect
Jun 11, 2012, 5:43 AM
Post #4 of 4
On Monday 11 Jun 2012, Paul J Stevens wrote:
Re: debian package for sid wants unavailable package
[In reply to]
> On 06/11/2012 01:31 PM, David Goodenough wrote:
> > I tried to update dbmail from http://debian.nfgd.net/ using the sid
> > branch, but it requires libgmime 2.0.2 which is no longer in sid - the
> > current version is 2.6.
> > I tried downloading the source, but that seems to require libgmime 2.4
> > when I run configure, so again no luck.
> > Any chance of getting the package on the site rebuilt against the
> > current sid?
> I _assume_ you are referring to dbmail-2.2
> It's brief source availability on debian.nfgd.net yesterday was by
> DBMail-3.0.2 *is* available on debian.nfgd.net and will build just fine
> on debian/sid
> DBMail-2 is no longer actively supported. New 2.2 versions are not
> planned or expected. If you need debian packages for 2.2, you will
> somehow have to build your own, probably against debian/stable (squeeze).
Sorry, should have been more precise about verisons.
The debian package that I tried was 2.2.18, I could not a deb for
The source version I downloaded was 3.0.2, which was the latest version
of the source that the download page offered me.
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