ham,RE: [Spambayes] RE: Huge Log File - Over 13GB in Size
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Wed Apr 20 19:57:20 CEST 2005
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On Behalf Of Tony Meyer
Sent: Monday, March 28, 2005 7:25 PM
To: 'Mike Blonder'; spambayes at python.org
Subject: RE: ham,RE: [Spambayes] RE: Huge Log File - Over 13GB in Size
> Also, I am running SuSE Linux 9.1. I originally opened the
> compressed application files in a subdiretory of /tmp. For
> some reason (could be my mistake) the make install routine
> built the proxy directories into the root directory of the
> machine, which is precisely where I do not want them to be.
By make install I presume you mean setup.py install. By default this
copy files into the Scripts and Lib/site-packages directories of your
installation. You can put them elsewhere by passing appropriate
distutils (setup.py install help), or you can leave them wherever you
(setup.py isn't doing any compiling or anything like that, just copying
files) and ensure that PYTHONPATH includes the directory containing the
spambayes package directory (the one with classifier.py in it).
> When I try moving the directories the application won't work.
Exact error messages help!
> Also, I have an external box with a quarter terabyte disk.
> Can I move the proxy directories over to that disk?
You can move any of the directories anywhere you like. All paths can be
altered via either the main Configuration page or the Advanced
page. If a path is not fully specified (doesn't start with /) then it
be relative to the last configuration file loaded: for example, if a
was "spambayes/ham-cache" and the last config file was in ~, then the
would get expanded by SpamBayes to "~/spambayes/ham-cache", but if the
was "/tmp/ham-cache", then it would be left alone.
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