Postfix compile error
Figured it out. Needed a couple of -lresolv in the Makefile.in a couple of places.
I got this problem when compiling postfix 2.8.5 on Ubuntu 11.10
../../lib/libdns.a: error: undefined reference to '__dn_expand'
../../lib/libdns.a: error: undefined reference to '__res_search'
Anyone know how to fix this??
Re. building error: Postfix VDA 2.9.1
Can anyone with the right knowledge please describe the process of fixing the above problem,
../../lib/libdns.a: undefined reference to `__res_search'
../../lib/libdns.a: undefined reference to `__dn_expand'
that makes the building process with the VDA 2.9.1 patch end in error?
I think it might be useful for many members.
Postfix VDA 2.9.1
make: *** [maildir.o] Error 1
make: Leaving directory `/usr/src/postfix-2.9.1/src/virtual'
make: *** [update] Error 1
make: Leaving directory `/usr/src/postfix-2.9.1'
make: *** [build] Error 2
dpkg-buildpackage: error: debian/rules build gave error exit status 2
somebody knows as to solve a problem?
Did you use the correct VDA patch for your Postfix version?
Which distribution do you use?
On my behalf I tested as you suggested and got the answer:
mail_version = 2.9.1
milter_macro_v = $mail_name $mail_version
so I fetched the patch: postfix-vda-v11-2.9.1.patch with wget as you described in your Howto.
I use Ubuntu 12.04 swedish version.
Not sure if this helps, but you can try to install the package binutils-gold. Then try to build Postfix again.
I erased everething and downloaded the files fresh (just in case).
It didn't work out with the new linker either.
So I just sit on the problem for the moment.
Is it possible to use the resulting mailserver without the qutoa patch?
Or will it kick back at you, if it not finds the quota information in the database?
When I try to build package got the same error, I´ve been following your how to from this web site. Is it posible use mail server without patch?
I tried with Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (64 bits and 32 bits)
Yes, but quota won't work then.
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