At 11:07 PM 4/28/96 -0400, Crompton Administrator wrote:
>Anyone running Linux with majordomo that has it working??
Yes, I am running majordomo under Linux 1.2.13 and I spent
almost 8 hours trying to get it setup and functioning. I had
the same problems you are and after playing around with the
permissions, I found a combination that works. This might
not be the securest solution, but it works.
All of the files and directories (except the wrapper) are owned
by the user majordom and by the group majordom.
/usr/local/majordomo --> 775
/usr/local/majordomo/Log --> 664
/usr/local/majordomo/archive --> 775
/usr/local/majordomo/bin --> 775
/usr/local/majordomo/lists --> 775
All binary files in /usr/local/majordom/bin and its
subdirs are set to 755 with the exception of the wrapper
which is set to 4755 and is owned by root. Text files
are set at 664 and subdirectories are set at 775.
All files in /usr/local/majordomo/lists are set to
either 660 or 664 depending on the type of file and
the permissions I want to give.
Hope this helps!
Mike Price (email@example.com)
Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer
Telephone & Fax: 617-924-2648