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Linux Vacation

vacation is a port of the 386BSD vacation program (an automatic mail-answering program found on many Unix systems) to Linux.

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  •  15 Aug 2001 20:31

    Release Notes: This new release fixes a problem in 1.2.6 and offers support for rfc-2369 keywords.

    •  06 Jan 2001 23:58

      Release Notes: Addition of two patches.

      •  26 Nov 2000 22:16

        Release Notes: Bugfixes.

        •  23 Nov 2000 02:29

          Release Notes: Several small changes have been made. One serious sendmail bug has been fixed.

          •  08 Apr 2000 16:12

            Release Notes: A problem with vacation not sending the contents of .vacation.msg has been fixed.

            Recent comments

            05 Aug 2002 19:07 mcrbids

            Re: The Makefile appears to be broken
            Yeah, me too. rm -rf ./vacation - and it suddenly works OK.

            make clobber; make all; make install
            -Ben


            > Perhaps I am missing something, but on
            > two different linux boxes (up-to-date
            > debian woody and not-at-all-up-to-date
            > Redhat 6.2 (which is too old to install
            > the RPM), I get this when I do a
            > "make install":
            >
            > install -s -m 755 vacation
            > /usr/bin/vacation
            > install: `vacation' is a directory
            > make: *** [install] Error 1
            >
            >
            > Which is, in fact, true - and "make
            > install" doesn't appear to actually
            > make anything at all. What am I missing?


            22 Jan 2002 09:33 wmjosiah

            The Makefile appears to be broken
            Perhaps I am missing something, but on two different linux boxes (up-to-date debian woody and not-at-all-up-to-date Redhat 6.2 (which is too old to install the RPM), I get this when I do a "make install":

            install -s -m 755 vacation /usr/bin/vacation
            install: `vacation' is a directory
            make: *** [install] Error 1


            Which is, in fact, true - and "make install" doesn't appear to actually make anything at all. What am I missing?

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