I find I can't get Majordomo to work unless I set the permissions on its
directory structure open to the world, and even then I have problems.
I've got the binaries (& perl stuff) in /usr/local/majordomo and the
list stuff, log, and archive in /install/lists ...
I think I followed all the instructions, but even when I set the
permissions on the directories to 777 I get the following error when I
try to send something to the list.
550 /install/lists/archive/listname... Can't create output
By the way, the wrapper is owned by daemon, group majordomo. Its
permissions are 6775. Also, it never creates a log file or gives me
an error that it can't.
I'm sure it's something stupid I'm overlooking. I have no idea why
the permissions need to be set so loosely on the main directory
structures. That bothers me too.
Any help would be appreciated.