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From: Gary Verchick (lists@johnmecham.com)
Date: Fri Dec 17 2004 - 06:45:48 EST


Mark wrote:

> Gary,

>> I installed pax on my Debian machine via apt-get and
>> 2.2.1-rc1 does not recognize that it is installed.
>>
>> # apt-cache policy pax
>> pax:
>> Installed: 1:1.5-15
>>
>> # which pax
>> /usr/bin/pax
>>
>> # amavisd-new debug
>> No $pax, not using it

> Is /usr/bin listed in the $path variable in amavisd.conf ?
Yes

> One can always provide an explicit path to a program:
> $pax = '/usr/bin/pax';

> Perhaps the program is not executable by user vscan?
It has the same permissions as zoo

<snip>[19522]: Found $zoo at /usr/bin/zoo
<snip>[19522]: No $pax, not using it

> Or if running chrooted, the program is not present in the jail.
Not running chrooted.

> Mark

SOLVED:
In your announcement you forgot to mention that this MUST be
added to amavisd.conf:

$pax = 'pax';

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