My messages to bizrate.com bounce, so I will only reply via the
mailing list here.
I may have had you fix and unfix your problem simultaneously.
What is the UID/GID for majordomo in the password file now?
What is the matching group entry in /etc/group?
Do you have duplicate entries in either file?
Is the wrapper compiled with the same UID/GID information?
Do you have a static link to wrapper in your smrsh directory?
What are the directory permissions on every branch of the tree
up to /path/to/majordomo/wrapper?
What are the ownerships for files in the majordomo directory?
Is wrapper root.majordomo 4755?
Is daemon a member of your majordomo group? (can't hurt..)
It has been awhile since we corresponded. Could you remind
me what OS and versions of MTA and majordomo you are running?
How about including a section of your aliases file again,
changing the names to protect the innocent of course.
Finally, is majordomo "trusted" in sendmail.cf?
Are you using a separate majordomo.aliases file?
What about your majordomo.cf file?
The link in smrsh should solve your current problem,
but answering all the questions will get you used to
troubleshooting your own installation. <G>
Jason Helfman wrote:
> I have addressed all of the included but am still receiving that the
> sendmail wrapper can't be accessed? How would I go about resolving this?
> On Tue, Aug 29, 2000 at 10:25:24PM -0700, Dan Liston thus spake:
> | I have questions for you. Why do you have double slashes in your pipes
> | to
> | majordomo? Why does the password file think majordomo's group is
> | daemon?
> | (or whatever group 2 is) What are those permissions on wrapper?
> | Wrapper
> | should be 4755 (unless you have really tight security). Was the wrapper
> | compiled as UID=508, GID=2? Change it to 508:503, recompile and
> | reinstall
> | the wrapper, and `chown -R majordomo.majordomo
> | /usr/local/majordomo-1.94.5`.
> | Don't forget to change the group field in the majordomo line of
> | /etc/passwd
> | to 503 from 2, and add daemon to the majordomo line in /etc/group.
> | Dan Liston
> Jason G Helfman
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