This is caused by majordomo not running under that wrapper correctly.
i had this happen once, and all that it was was that I had changed the uid
for majordomo without recompiling the wrapper for the new uid.
On Tue, 23 Sep 1997, john barbour wrote:
> Well, it seems several people have been having the same problem with
> permissions settings and the <listname>.new file:
> MAJORDOMO ABORT (mj_majordomo)!!
> chown(216, 103, "/usr/local/majordomo/lists/volunteer-org.new"): Not
> This must be a bug - seems like it happens with version 1.94.3 and Perl
> 5.003 - haas anyone had the same problem with the latest Majordomo, and/or
> other versions of Perl? Any quick fix ...?
> john barbour
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