I personally think the problem is Perl. I had the same problem until I
upgraded to Perl 5.001l. Perl 5.001e didn't work for me either.
firstname.lastname@example.org ! .\/. !
Pigdog: email@example.com (. oo .)
On Wed, 19 Jul 1995, David Lutes wrote:
> -> >Yes, perl4.036 is in /usr/local/bin/perl. I even put it in
> -> /usr/local/bin to >see if that might be it.
> -> >
> -> Check the permissions on perl. If you placed it in another location,
> -> it may have the wrong permissions. It is always better to create a
> -> link to it, because the permissions will be correct.
> -> Once its there and you are sure it's ok. Do the following:
> -> step 1 - cd /
> -> step two - which perl
> -> verify the permissions on the copy diplayed after step two.
> -> Good luck.
> -> Larry :-)
> Worked. Seems that was the problem. Now I have a new one.
> I'm now getting the famous Linux out of memory error. I saved all the
> previous messages from this list that dealt with Linux, thinking that
> the same could happen to me. It did... Anyway I installed Perl5.001e.
> as talked about in previous messages. Now I'm geting "mailer prog died
> with signal 13". I can't seem to locate that error in the FAQ.
> I figure it to be the new perl. When I run "wrapper test" I get back:
> euid is: 16
> egid is: 16 16
> ruid is: 16
> rgid is: 16 16
> Any suggestions?
> David Lutes
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (David Lutes)