I recently rearranged my IP addresses after an outage on one of my ISPs.
I finished the server OS update a few days ago, and all seemed to be going well.
On 17 April Canonical released the latest version of Ubuntu, v14.04, or "Trusty Tahr" if you prefer names.
While technically the update didn't break the Sendmail installation, it did fail to work with my configuration file.
After repairing the power supply the other day, all seemed to be going well.
Once again, an update and reboot stopped sendmail from working by deleting the /etc/init.d/sendmail script. Further, something's broken in makemap, so I can't adjust any alias, access, or other map sendmail needs to work. The way I see it, I can either…
This is getting to be a headslapper. Every time I upgrade Ubuntu to a new version, whatever MTA they have decided needs to be there steps all over my built-from-source-just-the-way-I-like-it sendmail package. I suppose I should just figure out how to…