> MAJORDOMO ABORT (mj_majordomo)!!
> While running with an effective uid of 28 and an effective gid of 28,
> Majordomo ran into the following problems:
> Unable to write to the list directory $listdir, check permissions on
Anytime you see this error, it clearly has to do with how the
permissions are set. Took me a long time, being a non-linux guy, how to
get this going. Anyway, using the chown and chmod command, you can
change the permissions and ownerships on any and all files.
chmod -R * resolves the permissions.
chown -R majordomo.majordomo * resolves ownership.
the -R is recursive, and I executed that at the root of my
/usr/lib/majordomo and my /var/lib/majordomo directories. magically,
all my permission issues went away. I also took the majordomo user and
threw it into the same group as sendmail, thus eliminating a few other
bizarre archive problems I was having. Of course, I had to change
permissions again to match the new security settings.
Hope that helps.
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