Do you have a line in your /etc/aliases file that looks JUST like this:
majordomo: "|/usr/local/bin/majordomo-1.94.4/wrapper majordomo"
And does /usr/local/bin/majordomo-1.94.4/wrapper exist? Don't you have to
install majordomo into some directory other than the one you unpacked the
installation files into, and don't the installation files automatically
unpack into a directory called majordomo-1.94.4 ?
I had some similar issues the other day, and I finally got it figured
out. Nobody answered my questions, so I thought I'd answer yours, if I
could. Not that I really know what I"m talking about, but majordomo IS
working for me now. Have you gotten it working yet?
Roscoe Primrose wrote:
> Having a real problem with getting 1.94.4 up and running... Tried with
> perl 5.003.?? and 5.005.02, same symptoms. Sendmail 8.9.1, kernel
> version 2.0.33
> Error message returned is:
> ----- The following addresses had permanent fatal errors -----
> "|/usr/local/bin/majordomo-1.94.4/wrapper majordomo"
> (expanded from: majordomo)
> ----- Transcript of session follows -----
> deliver: delivery error on host ripple.
> Delivery to these addresses failed:
> |/usr/local/bin/majordomo-1.94.4/wrapper majordomo
> Reason(s) for failure:
> "|/usr/local/bin/majordomo-1.94.4/wrapper majordomo":
> Address not valid from command line
> 554 "|/usr/local/bin/majordomo-1.94.4/wrapper majordomo"... unknown
> mailer error 1
> I've checked the permissions, been through the FAQ, even been through
> the list archives since Jan... Yes, I've got Mprog in my
> sendmail.cf... I've changed the name of wrapper (so it shouldn't have
> worked) and the error didn't change, which makes me suspect a sendmail
> problem, but I've about tried all the options I can think of,
> downloading 8.9.3 now..
> Any other ideas???
> Roscoe Primrose
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