Thanks for the help Bill,
I added a
on the line below where it creates the list and everything is just chipper.
The autocaching still doesn't work but works fine as a cron job.
One other thing I just noticed when I went to delete a list using
Majorcool was an error message from mj_build_aliases:
no Majordomo list changes detected.
Therefore, the list doesn't get removed from the alias list. Does anyone
else experience this problem?
I was thinking of harding coding a touch command on the majordomo-users
list prior to the execution of mj_build aliases. Does perl have a touch
command or do you use a exec?
> > Paul Wolstenholme said:
> > I also have a problem with autocaching.
> Just thought of something: maybe this is related to your other
> problem. ie, is mj_key_cache executable by the user/group of the
> suid wrapper? No harm in 'chmod +x' just to eliminate all doubt.