Date: Mon, 16 Jan 2006 12:05:38 -0500 From: John Von Essen <John.VonEssen@....com> To: "'popa3d-users@...ts.openwall.com'" <popa3d-users@...ts.openwall.com> Subject: pop-before-smtp on Linux... For years, I have been using the pop-before-smtp patch for popa3d on FreeBSD. I have a linux server (Redhat Enterprise 4.0) now that I wish to do this on. I have been unable to compile either 0.6.4 or 1.0 with the pop-before-smtp patch. Here are the errors I get: gcc -Wall -O2 -fomit-frame-pointer -DPOPB4SMTP -DVALIDTIME=600 -c pop_db.c pop_db.c: In function `write_db_entry': pop_db.c:60: warning: implicit declaration of function `dbopen' pop_db.c:60: warning: assignment makes pointer from integer without a cast pop_db.c:65: error: too few arguments to function pop_db.c:70: warning: implicit declaration of function `flock' pop_db.c:80: warning: passing arg 2 of pointer to function from incompatible pointer type pop_db.c:80: error: too few arguments to function pop_db.c:84: error: structure has no member named `seq' pop_db.c:84: error: `R_FIRST' undeclared (first use in this function) pop_db.c:84: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once pop_db.c:84: error: for each function it appears in.) pop_db.c:91: warning: passing arg 2 of pointer to function from incompatible pointer type pop_db.c:91: error: too few arguments to function pop_db.c:94: error: structure has no member named `seq' pop_db.c:97: error: structure has no member named `seq' pop_db.c:97: error: `R_NEXT' undeclared (first use in this function) pop_db.c:103: error: too few arguments to function make: *** [pop_db.o] Error 1 The write_db_entry function is from the pop-before-smtp patch. I am not a C person, so I need some help here. I imagine others have gotten this to work under Linux. I really hate to do the old method of running a perl scripts which manually takes IP's from log and puts them into a popauth.db hash. Thanks in advance. John Von Essen Systems Administrator ATX Communications (610) 755-4389
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