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Old 11-14-2004, 12:08 PM   #1
folken718
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Exclamation Qmail stange 2 problem


hi guys, I have a problem trying to install qmail, the problem comes in stange 2 after follow every single step in the part of daemontools is there when I get something wrong, when I install it it said that the svscan service should be running, is not, and I try to start it manually but I get a n error message that said that there is not some files, but how this is possible if I followed all the previous steps!!! help I really need to install this mail server because is part of a semetral project of my school help !!!!!
 
Old 11-14-2004, 12:33 PM   #2
folken718
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This is the error message

This is the output that provides when I try to start it manually

supervise: fatal: unable to start src/run: file does not exist
supervise: fatal: unable to acquire command/supervise/lock: not a directory
supervise: fatal: unable to acquire compile/supervise/lock: not a directory
Wrong working directory.
Wrong working directory.
/service exists. I assume that svscan is already running.
supervise: fatal: unable to start src/run: file does not exist
 
Old 02-10-2011, 09:27 PM   #3
redearthman
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same here lol

i have the same error message on fedora 14 what the heck

supervise: fatal: unable to start src/run: file does not exist
Wrong working directory.
supervise: fatal: unable to start src/run: file does not exist
Wrong working directory.
supervise: fatal: unable to start src/run: file does not exist
supervise: fatal: unable to acquire command/supervise/lock: not a directory
supervise: fatal: unable to acquire compile/supervise/lock: not a directory
Wrong working directory.
supervise: fatal: unable to start src/run: file does not exist
Wrong working directory.
supervise: fatal: unable to start src/run: file does not exist
Wrong working directory.
supervise: fatal: unable to start src/run: file does not exist
Wrong working directory.
supervise: fatal: unable to start src/run: file does not exist
Wrong working directory.
supervise: fatal: unable to start src/run: file does not exist
supervise: fatal: unable to acquire command/supervise/lock: not a directory
supervise: fatal: unable to acquire compile/supervise/lock: not a directory
Wrong working directory.
supervise: fatal: unable to start src/run: file does not exist
Wrong working directory.
supervise: fatal: unable to start src/run: file does not exist
 
Old 02-11-2011, 02:12 AM   #4
ulyx
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Hi folken718,

did you follow the steps on http://www.lifewithqmail.org/? I did this several times over the years, and every single qmail installation worked smoothly.

regards - uli
 
  


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