Current crm114 in mainline has (serious) issues on 64bit systems, but these have been (mostly?) addressed in GerH's version. So here's one users' working recipe, freshly from the ML. Keep in mind though that CSSfiles are not, in general, 32↔64 bits portable, and also that GerH's may be incompatible with mainline's. Check the docs and the ML before doing something dangerous.
Date: Fri, 29 Aug 2008 13:47:35 +0200 (CEST) From: Thomas Spahni <tsp@xxx> Message-ID: <Pine.LNX.firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Re: [Crm114-general] Mixed 64-bit system GerH binaries / BillYscripts On Thu, 28 Aug 2008, Dominik 'Rathann' Mierzejewski wrote: ... Hi Dominik There's no black magic. You basically do the following steps: 1. Get tre-0.7.5 (Gerrit Hobbelt's patched version) from http://hebbut.net/Public.Offerings/libTRE.html Compile and install (don't forget to --enable-static) 2. Get crm114-20080502-BlameJason-Ger-2423.src.tar.bz2 from
of course, you may want to get latest
http://hebbut.net/Public.Offerings/crm114/downloads/ and compile/install according instructions. This provides 64-bit capable binaries in /usr/local/bin or whereever you told configure to install binaries. 3. Get Bill's scripts wget -m -np http://crm114.sourceforge.net/src/ and place those in a different directory. No need to compile or install those. 4. Create your production directory. Copy Bill's scripts (those you need like mailreaver.crm, mailtrainer.crm, shuffle.crm, maillib.crm, mailfilter.crm) and mailfilter.cf, blacklist.mfp priolist.mfp rewrites.mfp, whitelist.mfp to your production directory. 5. Make sure that the bang-lines in your scripts point to the binaries created in step 2. 6. Edit mailfilter.cf and all *.mfp configuration files to your taste. Follow Bill's configuration instructions. Make sure that when you create your *.css files that binaries from step 2 are run. That's it! Have fun. Thomas