Edit Package davmail

DavMail POP/IMAP/SMTP/Caldav/Carddav/LDAP Exchange gateway

Source Files
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davmail-src-6.1.0-3422.tgz 0021347192 20.4 MB
davmail.spec 0000009895 9.66 KB
Comments 9

Daniel Weatherill's avatar

weatherhead99 wrote

can this build be enabled for Leap 15.1 please?

Mickaël Guessant's avatar

mguessan wrote

Leap 15.1 is available now

Martin Torres's avatar

emtorres wrote

hi. chkconfig is not available in openSUSE

Mickaël Guessant's avatar

mguessan wrote

Well it seems to build fine here

Martin Torres's avatar

emtorres wrote

ahhh. here zypper return this message (in Tumbleweed): Problem: nothing provides /sbin/chkconfig, which requires the davmail-6.0.1-2.1.noarch element to be installed

Bernd Singer's avatar

Tomcat42 wrote

i seems. building without chkconfig is possible, but installing without chkconfig not. chkconfig semms to be removed in opensuse tumbleweed. i was part of aaa_base (e.g. SLE 15 SP3) but cannot found on my current tumbleweed system.

using chkconfig looks to me it deprecated, systemctl can be used since SLE12/ and OpenSUSE Leap.

source: changes of aaa_base Tue Jan 28 14:30:17 UTC 2020 - kukuk@suse.com

  • Adjust Requires/Requires(pre)/Requires(post)
  • Update to version 84.87+git20200128.8a17290:
    • Move chkconfig to insserv-compat, as most functionality isn't supported anymore since we have different solutions with systemd.
    • Remove /usr/bin/mkinfodir, not used anywhere anymore

want me to provide a patch?

Andreas Vetter's avatar

asvetter wrote

Could you please enable Leap 15.4?

Markus Banfi's avatar

paidhi wrote

The RPM package for OpenSUSE Tumbleweed (davmail-6.1.0-3.4.noarch.rpm) specifies a requirement for /sbin/chkconfig. This causes a warning by zypper and the installation has to be performed with option "break davmail-6.1.0-3.4.noarch by ignoring some of its dependencies". As far as I can see the preinstall and postinstall scriptlets do not use chkconfig anyway.

Mickaël Guessant's avatar

mguessan wrote

15.5 added, spec file would deserve a full review

checkconfig is obolete, removing dependency should not impact anyone

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