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Sendmail with MailScanner, dspam, SpamAssasin, clamav on BSD/OS 4.3.1

I just added  dspam 3.6.8 to my anti-spam arsenal and I have been getting
  Operating system error in my mail queue flush notices.

I compiled dspam as follows:


CC=/usr/bin/gcc CXX=/usr/bin/g++ CFLAGS="-g -DDEBUG -O9 -Wall -march=i686" \
CXXFLAGS=-Wno-deprecated CPPFLAGS=-Wno-deprecated \
CPPFLAGS="-I/usr/X11/include -I/usr/include -I/usr/contrib/include" \
LDFLAGS="-L/usr/lib  -L/usr/contrib/lib -L/usr/X11R6/lib" \
M4=/usr/contrib/bin/m4 \
../configure \
  --prefix=/usr/contrib \
  --localstatedir=/var \
  --infodir=/usr/share/info \
  --mandir=/usr/share/man \
  --enable-clamav \
  --enable-debug  \
  --enable-syslog \
  --enable-bnr-debug  \
  --enable-homedir   \
  --disable-trusted-user-security \
  --enable-preferences-extension \
  --enable-domain-scale  \
  --enable-virtual-users \
  --enable-profiling  \
  --with-dspam-home=/var/dspam \
  --with-dspam-home-mode=2770 \
  --with-dspam-home-owner=root \
  --with-dspam-home-group=clamav \
  --with-logfile=/var/log/dspam.log \
  --with-delivery-agent=/usr/bin/procmail \
  --with-storage-driver=mysql_drv \
  --with-mysql-includes=/usr/contrib/include/mysql \
  --with-mysql-libraries=/usr/contrib/lib/mysql/ \
  --with-pgsql-includes=/usr/contrib/pgsql/include \
  --with-pgsql-libraries=/usr/contrib/pgsql/lib \

Anything wrong?

Also, anyone has a copy for mod_auth_pop3 for Apache 2.0 ?
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In article <elhaj9$nbm$18@gallifrey.nk.ca> doctor@doctor.nl2k.ab.ca (The
Doctor) writes:
>I just added  dspam 3.6.8 to my anti-spam arsenal and I have been getting
>  Operating system error in my mail queue flush notices.

If you post the complete log entry instead of just quoting a fragment,
it's more likely that someone can figure out what's wrong. A common
cause for "Operating system error" is that your config tells sendmail to
run a program that doesn't exist, but that's just a guess at this point.

--Per Hedeland
per@hedeland.org
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per71 (2635)
12/10/2006 9:17:51 PM
In article <elhthv$15fv$1@hedeland.org>, Per Hedeland <per@hedeland.org> wrote:
>In article <elhaj9$nbm$18@gallifrey.nk.ca> doctor@doctor.nl2k.ab.ca (The
>Doctor) writes:
>>I just added  dspam 3.6.8 to my anti-spam arsenal and I have been getting
>>  Operating system error in my mail queue flush notices.
>
>If you post the complete log entry instead of just quoting a fragment,
>it's more likely that someone can figure out what's wrong. A common
>cause for "Operating system error" is that your config tells sendmail to
>run a program that doesn't exist, but that's just a guess at this point.
>

From the Logs:

Dec 10 21:16:03 doctor sendmail[27507]: kBB4EEew026860: SYSERR(root): Cannot exec /usr/contrib/bin/dspam: Permission denied
Dec 10 21:16:03 doctor sendmail[27400]: kBB4EEew026860: to=<ernie@nuway.ab.ca>,
ctladdr=<postmaster@rvcity.ab.ca> (1916/100), delay=00:01:46, xdelay=00:00:00, mailer=local, pri=211711, dsn=4.0.0, stat=Operating system error

And from the directory:

doctor.nl2k.ab.ca/~$ cd /usr/contrib/bin
dir dspam
doctor.nl2k.ab.ca//usr/contrib/bin$ dir dspam
381827 -r-x--s---  1 root  mail  1396538 Dec  9 19:03 dspam*                
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doctor14 (419)
12/11/2006 4:49:38 AM
In article <elio12$fnl$4@gallifrey.nk.ca> doctor@doctor.nl2k.ab.ca (The
Doctor) writes:
>
>From the Logs:
>
>Dec 10 21:16:03 doctor sendmail[27507]: kBB4EEew026860: SYSERR(root):
>Cannot exec /usr/contrib/bin/dspam: Permission denied

See - the message is crystal clear!:-)

>And from the directory:
>
>doctor.nl2k.ab.ca/~$ cd /usr/contrib/bin
>dir dspam
>doctor.nl2k.ab.ca//usr/contrib/bin$ dir dspam
>381827 -r-x--s---  1 root  mail  1396538 Dec  9 19:03 dspam*                

Which means that only root and members of the group 'mail' can execute
it. I don't know how you're invoking it, but typically sendmail runs
external programs with the user:group specified in the DefaultUser
option - this defaults to 1:1, which on most Unices is daemon:daemon.
If you're not concerned about other users running it (note that it's
setgid to group 'mail'), a 'chown 2755 dspam' may be all that is needed
(this will preserve the setgid bit, I don't know if it should).

--Per Hedeland
per@hedeland.org
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per71 (2635)
12/11/2006 8:08:39 AM
Per Hedeland wrote:
> In article <elio12$fnl$4@gallifrey.nk.ca> doctor@doctor.nl2k.ab.ca (The
> Doctor) writes:
>>From the Logs:
>> Dec 10 21:16:03 doctor sendmail[27507]: kBB4EEew026860: SYSERR(root):
>> Cannot exec /usr/contrib/bin/dspam: Permission denied
> 
> See - the message is crystal clear!:-)
> 
>> And from the directory:
>>
>> doctor.nl2k.ab.ca/~$ cd /usr/contrib/bin
>> dir dspam
>> doctor.nl2k.ab.ca//usr/contrib/bin$ dir dspam
>> 381827 -r-x--s---  1 root  mail  1396538 Dec  9 19:03 dspam*                
> 
> Which means that only root and members of the group 'mail' can execute
> it. I don't know how you're invoking it, but typically sendmail runs
> external programs with the user:group specified in the DefaultUser
> option - this defaults to 1:1, which on most Unices is daemon:daemon.
> If you're not concerned about other users running it (note that it's
> setgid to group 'mail'), a 'chown 2755 dspam' may be all that is needed
> (this will preserve the setgid bit, I don't know if it should).

I don't know dspam. Never used it. Never looked at it.
But I did a quick google search.
I looks like dspam is used as a delivery agent in sendmail. In that case
it will run with the credentials of the mail recipient which means that
the program certainly needs to be world executable.

The setgid bit is probably needed to be able to share a log file and/or
a spam storage between all users. But this is just a guess.

I'm wondering about the following configuration options from the OP's
first message.

   --with-dspam-home=/var/dspam \
   --with-dspam-home-mode=2770 \
   --with-dspam-home-owner=root \
   --with-dspam-home-group=clamav \
   --with-logfile=/var/log/dspam.log \

A "setgid mail" program will not be able to access the root:clamav
owned directory /var/spam if that directory has mode 2770.
A "setgid mail" program will not be able to create /var/log/dspam.log
but an existing file with the proper permissions can be written to
of course.

Regards,

Kees.

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theuniss (324)
12/11/2006 12:24:25 PM
In article <12nqjfckhdnjrd9@corp.supernews.com> Kees Theunissen
<theuniss@rijnh.nl> writes:
>Per Hedeland wrote:
>> In article <elio12$fnl$4@gallifrey.nk.ca> doctor@doctor.nl2k.ab.ca (The
>> Doctor) writes:
>>>From the Logs:
>>> Dec 10 21:16:03 doctor sendmail[27507]: kBB4EEew026860: SYSERR(root):
>>> Cannot exec /usr/contrib/bin/dspam: Permission denied
>> 
>> See - the message is crystal clear!:-)
>> 
>>> And from the directory:
>>>
>>> doctor.nl2k.ab.ca/~$ cd /usr/contrib/bin
>>> dir dspam
>>> doctor.nl2k.ab.ca//usr/contrib/bin$ dir dspam
>>> 381827 -r-x--s---  1 root  mail  1396538 Dec  9 19:03 dspam*                
>> 
>> Which means that only root and members of the group 'mail' can execute
>> it. I don't know how you're invoking it, but typically sendmail runs
>> external programs with the user:group specified in the DefaultUser
>> option - this defaults to 1:1, which on most Unices is daemon:daemon.
>> If you're not concerned about other users running it (note that it's
>> setgid to group 'mail'), a 'chown 2755 dspam' may be all that is needed
>> (this will preserve the setgid bit, I don't know if it should).
>
>I don't know dspam. Never used it. Never looked at it.

Me neither.

>But I did a quick google search.

Me too (now:-).

>I looks like dspam is used as a delivery agent in sendmail. In that case
>it will run with the credentials of the mail recipient which means that
>the program certainly needs to be world executable.

Well, no, a delivery agent a.k.a. local mailer is not run as the
recipient unless the 'o' flag is set, which it basically never is.:-)
See doc/op/op.*, which in the explanation of the 'o' flag also describes
what happens when it isn't set. Of course it's not uncommon for the
local mailer to have the 'S' flag set, which in a normal setup means
that the program is run as root - but apparently that wasn't the case
here.

If on the other hand the program is run from .forward (or .procmailrc),
it will of course run as the recipient user - I didn't read the dspam
pages carefully enough to see if that was a possibility, but I would
assume it is.

--Per Hedeland
per@hedeland.org
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12/11/2006 10:50:02 PM
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-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 On behalf of the Python development team, I am pleased to announce the first release candidates of Python 3.2.4 and 3.3.1. Python 3.2.4 will be the last regular maintenance release for the Python 3.2 series, while Python 3.3.1 is the first maintenance release for the 3.3 series. Both releases include hundreds of bugfixes. There has recently been a lot of discussion about XML-based denial of service attacks. Specifically, certain XML files can cause XML parsers, including ones in the Python stdlib, to consume gigabytes of RAM and swamp the CPU. These releases do not include any changes in Python XML code to address these issues. Interested parties should examine the defusedxml package on PyPI: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/defusedxml These are testing releases: Please consider trying them with your code and reporting any bugs you may notice to: http://bugs.python.org/ To download Python 3.2.4 or Python 3.3.1, visit: http://www.python.org/download/releases/3.2.4/ or http://www.python.org/download/releases/3.3.1/ respectively. Enjoy! - -- Georg Brandl, Release Manager georg at python.org (on behalf of the entire python-dev team and all contributors) -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v2.0.19 (GNU/Linux) iEYEARECAAYFAlFRRIoACgkQN9GcIYhpnLD6jACgnzYdYRKZ4kwkKeN3zSLSZ3Zr M/IAn17vlpxI3a3xk+i/ODOrCkMnRZro =B5sA -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- ...

[RELEASED] Python 3.2.4 rc 1 and Python 3.3.1 rc 1
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 On behalf of the Python development team, I am pleased to announce the first release candidates of Python 3.2.4 and 3.3.1. Python 3.2.4 will be the last regular maintenance release for the Python 3.2 series, while Python 3.3.1 is the first maintenance release for the 3.3 series. Both releases include hundreds of bugfixes. There has recently been a lot of discussion about XML-based denial of service attacks. Specifically, certain XML files can cause XML parsers, including ones in the Python stdlib, to consume gigabytes of RAM and swamp the CPU. These releases do not include any changes in Python XML code to address these issues. Interested parties should examine the defusedxml package on PyPI: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/defusedxml These are testing releases: Please consider trying them with your code and reporting any bugs you may notice to: http://bugs.python.org/ To download Python 3.2.4 or Python 3.3.1, visit: http://www.python.org/download/releases/3.2.4/ or http://www.python.org/download/releases/3.3.1/ respectively. Enjoy! - -- Georg Brandl, Release Manager georg at python.org (on behalf of the entire python-dev team and all contributors) -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v2.0.19 (GNU/Linux) iEYEARECAAYFAlFRRIoACgkQN9GcIYhpnLD6jACgnzYdYRKZ4kwkKeN3zSLSZ3Zr M/IAn17vlpxI3a3xk+i/ODOrCkMnRZro =B5sA -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- ...

[0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 ... n n]
Is there a way to achieve a vector like the one below without using loops? [0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 ... n n] "Ulrik Nash" <uwn@sam.sdu.dk> wrote in message <kp999d$a8e$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>... > Is there a way to achieve a vector like the one below without using loops? > > [0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 ... n n] You could try this: floor(0:1/rep:n+1-1/rep) where rep is the number of repetitions (2 in your case) Hi, a cool way to do that is using the kronecker product kron(0:n,[1 1]); "Ulrik Nash" <uwn@sam.sdu.dk> wrote in message <kp999d$a8e$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>... > Is there a way to achieve a vector like the one below without using loops? > > [0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 ... n n] There is another way to achieve that. Do this like the following: >> n=7; u(1:2:2*n+1)=0:n; >> u(2:2:2*n+2)=0:n; The array u seems to be what you want. ...

OS 4.1 on a PilotPro with the OS 3 Upgrade Card
Can anyone point me to a resource for flashing OS 4.1 on my PilotPro? it has the 2.0 MB/IR/OS3 upgrade card. And I know of at least one person who's flashed that card in a Pilot 5000 to OS 4.1 I want to put some toddler games on it for my kid, but they require OS 3.5. So I bought an OS 4.1 upgrade, but (as some of you would expect) it doesn't recognize my Pilot. Any help would be appreciated. -- Derek The best leaders inspire by example. When that's not an option, brute intimidation works pretty well, too. This epigram brought to you by the letter "N"...

GCC 3.4.1 Release 1 for RISC OS
GCC is a free collection of compilers that provide the user with a powerful tool for translating C, C++ and Fortran source into fast ARM assembler that is suitable for execution on RISC OS. GCCSDK is a portable build environment for creating ARM executables to be run natively on RISC OS. The build environment is designed to be hosted on a Unix-like system, such as GNU/Linux, FreeBSD or Windows (under Cygwin). See <URL:http://gccsdk.riscos.info/> for download information. This is release 1 of GCC 3.4.1 for RISC OS, and includes substantial improvements over previous versions both in the compiler and bundled Unixlib. See the included changelogs for more details. For full download instructions, mailing list information and bug reporting instructions, please visit <URL:http://gccsdk.riscos.info/> - The main distribution for GCC. GCCSDK Developers, 2004. -- n.g.boalch@durham.ac.uk, Backup Moderator of comp.sys.acorn.announce Submissions to <URL:mailto:csaa@owlart.net> Related mail to <URL:mailto:csaa-request@owlart.net> ...

GCC 3.4.4 Release 1 for RISC OS
GCC is a free collection of compilers that provide the user with a powerful tool for translating C, C++ and Fortran source into fast ARM assembler that is suitable for execution on RISC OS. GCCSDK is a portable build environment for creating ARM executables to be run natively on RISC OS. The build environment is designed to be hosted on a Unix-like system, such as GNU/Linux, FreeBSD or Windows (under Cygwin). See http://gccsdk.riscos.info/ for download information. This is release 1 of GCC 3.4.4 for RISC OS, and includes substantial improvements over previous versions both in the compiler and bundled Unixlib. Notable changes include: * Update to GCC 3.4.4 from upstream including updated C++ library. GCC 3.4.4 has speed improvements over previous versions. * Filename handling overhaul - tools are now able to consistently deal with a large range of RISC OS and Unix filenames. * Substantial updates to Unixlib to aid glibc/Linux compatibility. * Misc updates for SharedCLibrary, Castle C/C++ and StubsG compatibility. * Much faster select() implementation. * Fix for wrong floating point stack handling * Fix for incorrect generation of partially linked AOFs in Drlink * More responsive /dev/dsp implementation. * Assembler updates to handle items. For the complete list of changes to GCC and Unixlib, please see the enclosed ChangeLogs. For full download instructions, mailing list information and bug reporting instructions, please visit http://gccsdk.r...

Error while ACE 5.3.1 or 5.4.1 compiling and installing by MinGW 3.3.3
Hi, I have installed MinGW packages: binutils-2.13.90-20030111-1.tar.gz gcc-core-3.3.3-20040217-1.tar.gz gcc-g++-3.3.3-20040217-1.tar.gz mingw-runtime-3.3.tar.gz w32api-2.5.tar.gz Also I've configured environment due to ACE-INSTALL.html according MinGW compiler. OS: WinXP SP2. $ACE_ROOT=F:\ACE531 I get next compiling error: F:\ACE531\ace>gmake gmake.EXE[1]: Entering directory `F:/ACE531/ace' d:\Utils\Unix\diff.EXE: -: Invalid argument gmake.EXE[1]: Leaving directory `F:/ACE531/ace' gmake.EXE[1]: Entering directory `F:/ACE531/ace' d:/Utils/Unix/gmake.EXE -f Makefile.dirs SUBDIR_TARGET=all RMCast.subdir gmake.EXE[2]: Entering directory `F:/ACE531/ace' d:/Utils/Unix/gmake.EXE -f Makefile -C RMCast all gmake.EXE[3]: Entering directory `F:/ACE531/ace/RMCast' Installing libACE_RMCast.dll -> F:\ACE531/ace d:\Utils\Unix\cp.EXE: F:ACE531aceRMCast/libACE_RMCast.dll: No such file or directory Installing libACE_RMCast.dll -> F:\ACE531/ace d:\Utils\Unix\cp.EXE: F:ACE531aceRMCast/libACE_RMCast.dll: No such file or directory gmake.EXE[3]: *** [F:\ACE531/ace/libACE_RMCast.dll] Error 1 gmake.EXE[3]: Leaving directory `F:/ACE531/ace/RMCast' gmake.EXE[2]: *** [RMCast.subdir] Error 2 gmake.EXE[2]: Leaving directory `F:/ACE531/ace' gmake.EXE[1]: *** [all.nested] Error 2 gmake.EXE[1]: Leaving directory `F:/ACE531/ace' d:\Utils\Unix\gmake.EXE: *** [all] Error 2 There are no folder separators in path (for exampl...

Installing php 5.1.4 and Postgresql 8.1.3 on redhat Centos 4.3
I want to upgrade php 4.3.9 and postgresql 7.4.13 on Centos 4.3 to php 5.1.4 and postgresql 8.1.4 using rpms. Has anyone done this? rich wrote: > I want to upgrade php 4.3.9 and postgresql 7.4.13 on Centos 4.3 to php > 5.1.4 and postgresql 8.1.4 using rpms. Has anyone done this? nope, i use debian.. apt makes it a way easier. but just download the rpms, untar gunzip ect then ./configure ..yadda yadda it comes with instructions you know! Flamer. ...

Updates to sysback 4.2.1.4 on AIX 4.3.3?
Having had a mksysb transfer of a system fail I need to build a 4.3.3 from the ground up on a p660 with a number of software products installed. I have a licensed and installed copy of sysback.rte 4.2.1.4 installed on the "new" box but have issues with this. IBM, sometime in since the release of this software image more than four years ago appear to have superceeded the product with Tivoli storage manager, which sysback became a module of. I am trying to find a sysback.rte 4.2.1.35 or later (preferably later). Can anyone provide a link to a suitable update? TIA Ian On 28 Jul 2...

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