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postfix-tls
Hi,
again the question about postfix-tls, because there is no answer in this forum.
When it says "postfix-tls has no installation candidate", what does it mean? I´ve been locking around for days now and been reading a hell lot of bullshit, just saying nothing, exept what kind of great Admin somebody is.- But maybe somebody here can give me a wink.
I just want to know what the sentence "postfix-tls has no installation candidate" simply means and how I can work around it.

thanks for your help

rawe
www:/usr/local/src/ispcp/ispcp-omega-1.0.0# apt-get install $(cat ./docs/Debian/debian-packages-etch)
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree... Done
bash is already the newest version.
bzip2 is already the newest version.
diff is already the newest version.
gzip is already the newest version.
iptables is already the newest version.
libsasl2 is already the newest version.
locales is already the newest version.
lsb-base is already the newest version.
perl-base is already the newest version.
Package postfix-tls is a virtual package provided by:
postfix 2.3.8-2+etch1
You should explicitly select one to install.
E: Package postfix-tls has no installation candidate
09-09-2008 11:07 PM
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RE: postfix-tls
Remove the "postfix-tls" from the "debian-packages-etch" and do again a
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apt-get install $(cat ./docs/Debian/debian-packages-etch)

Quote:Package postfix-tls is a virtual package provided by:
postfix 2.3.8-2+etch1
Means that postfix-tls is included in the postfix 2.3.8-2+etch1 package.

Greez BeNe
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09-09-2008 11:10 PM
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RE: postfix-tls
BeNe Wrote:Remove the "postfix-tls" from the "debian-packages-etch" and do again a
Code:
apt-get install $(cat ./docs/Debian/debian-packages-etch)

Quote:Package postfix-tls is a virtual package provided by:
postfix 2.3.8-2+etch1
Means that postfix-tls is included in the postfix 2.3.8-2+etch1 package.

Greez BeNe

thanks for the quick answer.

What I don´t understand is, how can I remove that file, when I install the package per apt-get.

thanks for the help

rawe
09-09-2008 11:20 PM
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RE: postfix-tls
Quote:What I don´t understand is, how can I remove that file,
Ok - this was now not to my understandig what you said Big Grin

What i wanted to say:
- Open the file "debian-packages-etch"
- remove the text (package) "postfix-tls"
- save the file
- start to install again with apt-get install $(cat ./docs/Debian/debian-packages-etch)

In the new Postfix Version TLS is included and not more an extra package is needed. More or less it will keept as a virtuell package.

Does it work ?

Greez BeNe
09-09-2008 11:26 PM
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RE: postfix-tls
Edit the debian-packages-etch file in the docs/Debian/ directory and remove the
postfix-tls line. debian-packages-etch is a simple textfile including the package names.
09-09-2008 11:26 PM
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RE: postfix-tls
BeNe Wrote:
Quote:What I don´t understand is, how can I remove that file,
Ok - this was now not to my understandig what you said Big Grin

What i wanted to say:
- Open the file "debian-packages-etch"
- remove the text (package) "postfix-tls"
- save the file
- start to install again with apt-get install $(cat ./docs/Debian/debian-packages-etch)

In the new Postfix Version TLS is included and not more an extra package is needed. More or less it will keept as a virtuell package.

Does it work ?

okay, one more question: Where can I find the file "debian-packages-etch" ?

greetings

rawe

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09-09-2008 11:28 PM
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RE: postfix-tls
Quote:okay, one more question: Where can I find the file "debian-packages-etch" ?
You find it in your decompressed ispCP Folder under "/docs/Debian/"
There should be the file "debian-packages-etch"

Greez BeNe
09-09-2008 11:34 PM
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RE: postfix-tls
You also can ignore this Error. It works all after a successful installation. This package is removed in the actual Trunk.
09-09-2008 11:46 PM
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RE: postfix-tls
Your full right gOOvER - the problem is only that apt-get does not go on with this Error Wink

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09-09-2008 11:54 PM
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RE: postfix-tls
BeNe Wrote:
Quote:okay, one more question: Where can I find the file "debian-packages-etch" ?
You find it in your decompressed ispCP Folder under "/docs/Debian/"
There should be the file "debian-packages-etch"

Greez BeNe

Allright,
this works great.
Really,really thanks so much!
Besides, it´s the first time, that I´ve got coorect answers and quick to.
Should have asked you before, would have saved me a lot of time.
But I trie first all the time, to fix a problem myself. I just ask, when I feel a nervous breakdown is lurking behind the next corner.

Okay.

One more time: Thank you for your help. Let me know, if I can do something for you.

regards

rawe
(This post was last modified: 09-10-2008 01:05 AM by rawe.)
09-10-2008 12:29 AM
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