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Re: spamassassin, missing perl stuffs



On Thursday 18 December 2008, Kevin Fenzi wrote:
>On Thu, 18 Dec 2008 00:49:18 -0500
>
>Gene Heskett <gene heskett verizon net> wrote:
>> Greetings all;
>>
>> In trying to imprtove upon SA's performance, I ran the -D --lint thru
>> grep 'module not', and got this:
>>
>> [root coyote system.d]# spamassassin 2>&1 -D --lint | grep 'module
>> not' [24395] dbg: diag: module not installed: IP::Country::Fast
>
>CPAN says "License: Unknown", not suitable for Fedora. ;(
>
>> ('require' failed) [24395] dbg: diag: module not installed:
>> Razor2::Client::Agent ('require' failed)
>
>from the CPAN readme:
>
>"Note that Razor2 is disabled by default in init.pre because it is not
>available for unlimited free use. It is currently free for personal
>use, subject to capacity constraints. See the Cloudmark SpamNet Service
>Policy for more details.", not suitable for Fedora. ;(
>
>> [24395] dbg: diag: module not installed: Net::Ident ('require' failed)
>
>CPAN says: "License  	Unknown", not suitable for Fedora. ;(
>
>> [24395] dbg: diag: module not installed: Mail::DomainKeys ('require'
>> failed)
>
>CPAN says: "THIS MODULE IS OFFICIALLY UNSUPPORTED".
>
>> [24395] dbg: diag: module not installed: Encode::Detect
>> ('require' failed)
>
>This one seems to be ok for Fedora, and it's also packaged. ;)
>'yum install perl-Encode-Detect'.

What repo?  Yumex isn't showing it to me.

# yum install perl-Encode-Detect
Setting up Install Process
Parsing package install arguments
No package perl-Encode-Detect available.
Nothing to do

>Will look at adding that one to spamassassin.
>
>> And those modules do not seem to be available according to yumex.
>>
>> Do I need to enable a specific repo in F8 to get them?  Or should I
>> use cpan?
>
>Personally I would not bother with them, but it's up to you.
>
>kevin

Thanks Kevin.


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