If you've got the /etc/smrsh directory, it needs a symbolic link in it to
the "wrapper" command.
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 28 Nov 16 19:14 wrapper ->
You make this, as "root" from the /etc/smrsh directory, as follows:
# ln -s /usr/local/majordomo/wrapper wrapper
That should fix it.
At 06:24 AM 12/17/99 Tom Czachor wrote:
>Help, I have majordomo 1.94.4 installed on Redhat 6.1, it is working
>except for the following error:
>sh: wrapper not available for sendmail programs
>554 "|/usr/local/majordomo/wrapper majordomo"... Service unavailable
>the FAQ tells me to do the following:
>2.11 - I get "sh: wrapper not available for sendmail programs"You're on a
>system which uses smrsh. (sendmail restricted shell). You have to
>configure smrsh to allow it to execute the wrapper. Normally this is done
>by creating a symlink in /var/adm/sm.bin (in some it's /etc/smrsh) to
>Majordomo's wrapper program.
>I have the etc/smrsh folder on my system, but it's empty. Can someone
>please explain to me when I need to do??