It puts the executables in /usr/lib/majordomo
It puts the documentation in /usr/doc/majordomo-1.94.5
It puts the lists, archives, log, digests, and tmp in /var/lib/majordomo
It creates a majordomo user in /etc/passwd (UID 91)
It creates a majordomo group in /etc/group (GID 91)
It creates a majordomo: alias in /etc/aliases
It puts a logrotate script in /etc/logrotate.d/majordomo
It puts the main config in /etc/majordomo.cf
The best thing the rpm does is give you a head start on having all the
correct/compatible ownerships/permissions for use with sendmail.
The rpm is not perfect, but it is VERY close. Delete all evidence of a
manual install from the, passwd file, group file, aliases file, etc.
The mandrake rpm does not create a majordomo-owner: alias, but I am
pretty sure the redhat rpm (below) does. If not, just remember to
add that alias before saying yes to the registration prompt when you
run the `wrapper config-test` the first time successfully.
If you decide to bail, just `rpm -e majordomo` to remove everything.
PS. Were you able to find the HOW-TO messages from yesterday?
Gilbert Sebenste wrote:
> > ftp://ftp.redhat.com/pub/redhat/linux/updates/6.1/en/powertools/i386/majordomo-1.94.5-2.i386.rpm
> > One warning about the rpm: Make sure to edit the /etc/majordomo.cf
> > file to remove (`/bin/dnsdomainname`) and use ("host.domain.name")
> > instead.
> Where are the instructions for it, if I decide to throw up my hands and
> bail? (IE, where does it place all the files)?