In message <2FA68038@mailgate.cmp.com>,
Plyaskin Sergey writes:
>I'm struggling to put Majordomo-1.93 to work on my FreeBSD 2.0 (April)
>I have the same version running happily on HP 9000/807 system so I'm
>familiar with those permission tricks a little bit. But in this case,
>something is wrong. I tried to compile with both POSIX and BSD flags and get
>either mailer 4 or 5 error. Finally, I have the settings, which don't cause
>wrapper to complain about permissions:
>And, when I try to run it, I get the following:
># sendmail -v majordomo
>majordomo... aliased to "|/usr/home/majordomo/wrapper majordomo"
>/usr/home/majordomo/majordomo: No such file or directory
>"|/usr/home/majordomo/wrapper majordomo"... unknown mailer error 5
>majordomo-owner... aliased to splyaski
>What I do not understand is why it can't find /usr/home/majordomo/majordomo.
>It is there:
Check to see if the right path for perl is specified at the top of the
majordomo file. I am betting that the kernel can't exec the majordomo
file since it can't find the interpreter.
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