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SpamAssassin Kernel Version?

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by KD0IGO, Mar 21, 2013.

  1. KD0IGO

    KD0IGO Member

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    I've attempted to upgrade one of my systems to cPanel 11.36 from cPanel 11.34 last night, and ran into a problem with the upgrade in regards to SpamAssassin and the Kernel.

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    [20130320.195556]   error: Failed dependencies:
    [20130320.195556]       spamassassin < 2.44-4.8.x conflicts with kernel-3.2.33-grsec.x86_64
    [20130320.195556] W Exit Code: 254
    As you can see, I'm running Kernel 3.2.33-grsec. I've done a search of the cPanel Forums and a quick search on Google but was unable to find the answer that I'm looking for.

    What versions of the Linux kernel is SpamAssassin compatible with? Or is it simply a matter of the kernel missing a module?
     
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    That error seems to saying that your kernel can't run SA less than (older than) 2.44-4.8.x. My boxes all run SA 3.3.1 at the moment. What do you get with a: spamassassin -V ?

    - Scott
     
  3. KD0IGO

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    Code:
    patrick@synapse [~]# spamassassin -V
    SpamAssassin version 3.3.1
      running on Perl version 5.8.8
    
     
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    Does anyone have any solutions to this?
     
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    Just an FYI for others that may be having this problem as well, this was ultimately due to a Kernel RPM package that had a manual conflict set with spamassassin.
     
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