On Thu, 1 Jan 1970, Ismail Ali wrote:
> Isn't that W_UID and W_GID are supposed to be user and group majordomo ?
user and group majordom, or whatever you told it, as long as there are a
valid user and group with that name.
> Anyway, I tried your solution but it still doesn't solve my problem. I still
> got this error ...
Is the entire directory structure /usr/local/pkg/majordomo-1.93 owned,
readable, writable by the uid/gid that is your majordom uid? IOW, the
directory itself and all other directories and executable scripts
underneath it should be chown majordom.majordom, chmod 755. All
non-executable files (data files, not scripts) should be either 664 or
644. wrapper should be owned root.majordom, chmod 4755 (setuid). Well,
actually, that last part depends on your platform... the above is for a
While you're at it, edit /etc/passwd and make that directory ~majordom.
There is no reason that I can think of why that should not be majordom's
home directory. Of course, you might have your own valid reasons...
Chris Woods Systems Administrator
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