> From: Lisa Kiczuk <email@example.com>
> Just a quick question that I forgot to ask in my previous post..
> I was just looking at the makefile (we are POSIX compliant) and
> the settings for uid and gid are:
> W_UID = 54
> W_GID = 54
> Could this be my problem? Should the uid and gid here match the
> ones we have for the majordom user? They don't match right now and we are
Yep! They should match, although that depends on how you did setup
For example, the file ~majordom/lists/foo_list is:
-rw-rw-r-- 1 majordom majordom 44 May 22 18:57 foo_list
As the majordomo program executes as "majordom", it can write
to the foo_list to add an subscription address.
If I set W_UID and W_GID to something different (User: bin, Group: bin,
for example) majordomo wouldn't be able to add an address to
the list foo_list (Bad permissions).
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