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Subject: Re: Help with Error
From: roshne @ faerun . sojourn . com (Rod Shelton)
Date: Mon, 24 Apr 1995 23:05:47 -0400
To: David Wolfe <david_wolfe @ risc . sps . mot . com>
Cc: majordomo-users @ greatcircle . com, smail3-users @ cs . athabascau . ca

Sorry folks I accidentaly sent the wrong version of the Makefile I had used.
Apologies!  This one will really have the POSIX flags turned on.  

At 09:06 PM 4/24/95 -0500, David Wolfe wrote:
>[ Rod Shelton writes: ]
>> Over the course of the past couple of days, I've also received EX_4 (4) and
>> EX_126 (126), it seems to have settled into EX_5 (5) :(
>[...]
>> "|/usr/local/bin/majordomo/wrapper majordomo" ... transport pipe: child
>> returned status EX_5 (5)
>
>Look in wrapper.c. The exit(4) means wrapper isn't built or installed
>correctly. Exit(5) means the exec of the majordomo script or Perl
>failed. Exit(126) is a mystery, but probably the least of your problems. ;-)
>
Ok, I only got a warning while compiling.  

wrapper.c: In function `main':
wrapper.c:65: warning: comparison between pointer and integer

Everything else went without complaints.

So I made up a test mail message and fed it to wrapper ala...

wrapper majordomo < test.msg

and it tells me to recompile with POSIX, but the problem is I already have
compiled with POSIX.  Attached is my Makefile, if anyone sees anything
wrong, HELP! :)

# $Source: /sources/cvsrepos/majordomo/Makefile,v $
# $Revision: 1.21.2.2.2.8 $
# $Date: 1995/01/07 18:06:48 $
# $Author: rouilj $
# $State: Exp $
# 
# $Header: /sources/cvsrepos/majordomo/Makefile,v 1.21.2.2.2.8 1995/01/07 18:06:48 rouilj Exp $
# 
# $Locker:  $
# 


# this makefile installs the following structure for the bsd universe:
# (root is W_BIN below)
#    root -+--          -- actual majordomo scripts, libraries etc 
#	   +-- Tools    -- tools like archive
#	   +-- bin      -- user level tools, approve, bounce etc
#	   +-- man      -- man pages
#

# This is where "wrapper" looks for the programs it's supposed to run.
W_BIN=/usr/local/bin/majordomo

# This is the environment that (along with LOGNAME and USER inherited from the
# parent process, and without the leading "W_" in the variable names) gets
# passed to processes run by "wrapper"

W_PATH=/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/ucb
W_HOME=${W_BIN}
W_SHELL=/bin/bash
W_MAJORDOMO_CF=$(W_BIN)/majordomo.cf

# Use these settings for BSD-based systems, including SunOS 4.x.  If you're
# using a POSIX-compliant system (including SysV and BSDI), comment these
# settings out, and uncomment the POSIX settings below.
#W_USER=majordomo
#W_GROUP=daemon
#W_CHOWN=${W_USER}.${W_GROUP}
#W_CHMOD=6755
#WRAPPER_FLAGS = -DBIN=\"${W_BIN}\" -DPATH=\"PATH=${W_PATH}\"	\
#	-DHOME=\"HOME=${W_HOME}\" -DSHELL=\"SHELL=${W_SHELL}\"	\
#	-DMAJORDOMO_CF=\"MAJORDOMO_CF=${W_MAJORDOMO_CF}\"

# If you're using a POSIX-compliant system, uncomment this set of parameters
# and comment out the BSD settings above.
#
#
W_UID = 100
W_GID = 2
W_CHOWN=root
W_CHMOD=4755
WRAPPER_FLAGS = -DBIN=\"${W_BIN}\" -DPATH=\"PATH=${W_PATH}\" \
	-DHOME=\"HOME=${W_HOME}\" -DSHELL=\"SHELL=${W_SHELL}\" \
	-DMAJORDOMO_CF=\"MAJORDOMO_CF=${W_MAJORDOMO_CF}\"       \
	-DPOSIX_UID=${W_UID} -DPOSIX_GID=${W_GID} -DSETGROUP
#
# YOU SHOULDN'T HAVE TO CHANGE ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE.
# For those stupid machines that try to use csh
SHELL = /bin/bash

default: wrapper

install: install-scripts install-man
	@echo "Run 'make install-wrapper' as root"

install-wrapper: wrapper
	cp wrapper       $(W_BIN)/wrapper
	chown ${W_CHOWN} $(W_BIN)/wrapper
	chmod ${W_CHMOD} $(W_BIN)/wrapper

install-scripts: install-cf
	@-test -d $(W_BIN)/Tools || mkdir $(W_BIN)/Tools
	cp contrib/archive2.pl  $(W_BIN)/Tools
	@-test -d $(W_BIN)/bin || mkdir $(W_BIN)/bin
	cp approve bounce medit $(W_BIN)/bin
	cp bounce-remind config_parse.pl majordomo \
	   majordomo.pl majordomo_version.pl\
	   new-list request-answer resend resend.README shlock.pl \
	   digest/digest test \
	   $(W_BIN)

# the install.cf target will install the sample config file in the
# proper place unless a majordomo.cf file exists in whcih case the
# majordomo.cf file will be used.
install-cf:
	(test ! -f majordomo.cf  && echo "using sample.cf" && \
		cp sample.cf $(W_BIN)/majordomo.cf; exit 0)
	(test -f majordomo.cf  && echo "using majordomo.cf" && \
		cp majordomo.cf $(W_BIN)/majordomo.cf; exit 0) 

install-man:
	@-test -d $(W_BIN)/man || mkdir $(W_BIN)/man
	@-test -d $(W_BIN)/man/man1 || mkdir $(W_BIN)/man/man1
	@-test -d $(W_BIN)/man/man8 || mkdir $(W_BIN)/man/man8
	cp Doc/man/approve.1 $(W_BIN)/man/man1
	cp Doc/man/majordomo.8 $(W_BIN)/man/man8

install-shared: install-wrapper-shared install-scripts

install-wrapper-shared: wrapper
	@test -d $(W_BIN)/wrappers || mkdir $(W_BIN)/wrappers
	@test -d $(W_BIN)/wrappers/$(W_GROUP) || mkdir $(W_BIN)/wrappers/$(W_GROUP)
	strip wrapper
	cp wrapper $(W_BIN)/wrappers/$(W_GROUP)/wrapper.`arch`
	cp wrapper.sh $(W_BIN)/wrappers/$(W_GROUP)/wrapper
	@echo 'run make permissions-shared' as root to set permissions

install-archive:
	cp contrib/archive.pl $(W_BIN)/archive 

install-archive2:
	cp contrib/archive2.pl $(W_BIN)/archive 

install-archive_mh:
	cp contrib/archive_mh.pl $(W_BIN)/archive 

permissions-shared:
	chown ${W_CHOWN} $(W_BIN)/wrappers/$(W_GROUP)/wrapper.`arch`
	chown ${W_CHOWN} $(W_BIN)/.
	chmod ${W_CHMOD} $(W_BIN)/wrappers/$(W_GROUP)/wrapper.`arch`

wrapper: wrapper.c Makefile
	$(CC) ${WRAPPER_FLAGS} -o wrapper wrapper.c

clean:
	rm -f  wrapper *~

dist-clean: clean
	rm -f majordomo.cf .cvsignore todo.local .dcl archive
	rm -rf regress Doc/samples Tools

VERSION=1.93
distribution: dist-clean
	mkdir majordomo-$(VERSION)
	mv * .??* majordomo-$(VERSION) || exit 0
	rm -rf majordomo-$(VERSION)/CVS majordomo-$(VERSION)/*/CVS majordomo-$(VERSION)/*/*/CVS
	tar -cZvf majordomo-$(VERSION).tar.Z  majordomo-$(VERSION)
--
Rod Shelton
System Administrator for Sojourn Systems
roshne@sojourn.com
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