Can anybody tell me why the marked message when I run MHonArc?
I have no idea why MHonArc is looking for an *.gz file....
Reading database ...
Reading resource file: /home1/s/snevel/mhonarc/ether.rc ...
/home1/s/snevel/mhonarc/ether.rc.gz: No such file or directory <<<<
Adding messages to /home1/s/snevel/public_html/etherbun
Reading tempbunf .................
Writing mail .....................
Here's the way I invoke MHonArc (as part of a larger shell script):
mhonarc -add -outdir $HOME/public_html/babl \
-rcfile $HOME/.mhonarc/babl.rc \
Running perl version 5.004_01 and MHonArc v2.2.0
This *seems* to be "new" behaviour (at least I don't remember
seeing the message before). I'll I've changed recently
was to make all of the paths in the mhonarc invocation
absolute (by adding the $HOME) instead of relative.
It doesn't seem to be "hurting" anything, but I do wonder...
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