In message <9405182034.AA21190@Xyzzy.COM>, email@example.com writes:
> Okay, here is more information... (and of course in trying to fix this
> I've gotten part way but now have other related problems ;-)
> I'm pretty sure almost everything is set up correctly. I know it's a
> permission problem. Things run fine if I run them from user
> 'majordom'. But, if I try to subscribe from a list as user 'test' I
> get errors because apparantly it's executing the wrapper as user
> 'test' ... I've tried setting the execution user & group IDs on the
> wrapper to no avail. It's set to run as daemon. Daemon is part of
> the majordom group. The directories are owned by user majordom group
> majordom. What am I overlooking? Any suggestions?
> As noted above, I get the above when sending a subscribe message as
> 'test' ... works fine if I run it as 'majordom'
Make sure the fileystem the wrapper is on isn't mounted nosuid.
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