Gilbert Sebenste wrote:
> On Wed, 17 Oct 2001, Daniel Liston wrote:
> > <sarcasm>I get errors in DOS when I type dri instead of dir too.</sarcasm>
> heh. Long day. :-)
Yeah, you could say that...
> > How are you creating groups? What is the error message you are getting?
I will assUme you are creating groups by touching a filename in all lowercase
letters in the majordomo/lists directory as the majordomo user, and creating
the appropriate aliases as root.
> Well, I changed the lists directory to permission 775, as per Marco
> Guevara's suggestion (thank you, Marco!). Now, I'm getting the dreaded
> "wrapper unavailable to use sendmail" due to smrsh, even though I have a
> soft link to wrapper from /etc/smrsh.
Uhmmm, `cd /etc/smrsh; ln -s /majordomo/wrapper`?
/majordomo/wrapper is root:majordomo and 4755?
> > Where is the error message coming from?
> > What does the majordomo Log file
> > say?
> 0 length file. I blew Majordomo away, started over, so this is no longer
> working either. It has a file permission of 666 on it.
The Log file should be recreated with proper permission just by running
the `wrapper config-test`.
> > What does the (sendmail?) maillog say? What OS, MTA, version of
> > majordomo are you running?
MTA is mail transport agent. (program that listens for SMTP on port 25)
Default RedHat uses sendmail.
> Linux RH 7.1 (pardon my ignorance...MTA?), and 1.94.5.
> And no problem about the sarcasm. i'm getting that way about majordomo
> now! :-(