Re-alpine-2.03

Introduction to Re-alpine

Re-alpine is the continuation of Alpine; a text-based email client developed by the University of Washington.

This package is known to build and work properly using an LFS-7.5 platform.

Package Information

Re-alpine Dependencies

Recommended

Optional

OpenLDAP-2.4.39, MIT Kerberos V5-1.12.1, Aspell-0.60.6.1, Tcl-8.6.1, and Linux-PAM-1.1.8

User Notes: http://wiki.linuxfromscratch.org/blfs/wiki/re-alpine

Installation of Re-alpine

Install Re-alpine by running the following commands:

./configure --prefix=/usr       \
            --sysconfdir=/etc   \
            --without-ldap      \
            --without-krb5      \
            --with-ssl-dir=/usr \
            --with-passfile=.pine-passfile &&
make

This package does not come with a test suite.

Now, as the root user:

make install

Command Explanations

--without-ldap: Disables LDAP support.

--without-krb5: Disables Kerberos support.

--with-ssl-dir=/usr: Sets the root path to OpenSSL libraries and include files.

--with-passfile=.pine-passfile: Sets the password cache file.

--without-ssl: Disables OpenSSL support.

Configuring Re-alpine

Config Files

~/.pinerc

Configuration Information

It is not required to manually edit any configuration files to use the Alpine email client. Users can configure Alpine using the graphical configuration menu, which stores the changes in ~/.pinerc.

Contents

Installed Programs: alpine, pico, pilot, rpdump, and rpload
Installed Libraries: none
Installed Directories: none

Short Descriptions

alpine

is the Alpine mailer.

pico

is a standalone text editor similar to the Alpine message composer.

pilot

is a standalone file system navigator.

rpdump

is an utility for downloading a pinerc or address book to the local machine.

rpload

is an utility for uploading a local pinerc or address book to an IMAP server.

Last updated on 2014-02-26 22:29:56 +0000