David Wolfe wrote:
> Because help doesn't lock any files, it works. Info, however, locks
> files, and file locking appears to be failing in your installation.
> When mj doesn't have permission to create lock files in the directories
> of the files it's trying to lock it recurses until Perl overflows its
> stack. The results of that vary from installation to installation,
> but usually manifest as segment violations, bus errors, out of memory
> messages, and the like.
> Run the test script under wrapper to see what uids/gids the mj
> scripts really run as and adjust your directory/file ownership and/or
> permissions accordingly.
The test script gave me the following result:
Do you think there's something wrong with the group id? Shouldn't it be just 21
(the majordomo group)?
When I installed Perl5.001 (with GNU CC 2.4.5) I replied gid_t
when Configure asked me about gidtype. Perhaps this is incorrect somehow?