WOW! Are you sure it's 1.93, (ancient) or still old but less ancient
1.94.3? Either way, I am sure it has been YEARS since you compiled a
wrapper for your version. I hope you still have the Makefile. There
is a configuration item in there that lets you set the default mod on
files and directories. You need to set that to 644 and 755 respectively
and recompile. (make wrapper; make install-wrapper) if memory servers.
Matthew Poli wrote:
> I am currently running Majordomo 1.93 *gasp* I know, but its been a
> stable application with no problems and with so many other systems
> needing work it falls under "if it ain't broke...".... but of course now
> it's broke, so....
> MD is running Perl 5.500503 on a SunOS 5.8 box. I already dealt a while
> back with the sendmail security issue of having no group write
> permissions (thanks to the FAQ and the archives of this list) after an
> OS upgrade, but this problem does seem related. For some reason if a
> person unsubscribes from a list, MD deletes their address from list
> subscriber file (good) but resets the permissions on the file to add
> back the group write permission (bad), which of course makes that list
> unavailable since we come back to sendmail not using a file with a group
> write permission set.
> Any ideas? (Yes, I know...upgrade to 1.94.5, but I would rather upgrade
> when I have a fully working system, or when I know the patch/upgrade
> specifically fixes the problem. And while I looked in the readme file
> of the latest release, the repairs didn't appear to have the issue
> I appreciate any help. Thanks.
> Matthew Poli