Hey Dan -
I don't know if my last post got through but I finally deleted all the
source files I had from a while back and dl'd a new tar from greatcircle
and got it to work fine. For some reason, it was not picking up the
changes in Makefile and from the majordomo.cf I created...
Now if I can only figure out why, even after I have created a symbolic link
to wrapper in /etc/smrsh and made majordomo a sendmail trusted user,
restarted sendmail I am still getting:
"smrsh: wrapper not available for sendmail programs
554 5.0.0 Service unavailable"
when testing the install with "echo 'lists' | mail majordomo"
I have seen this countless times on this list and know that creating the
symbolic link fixes it.
I have never had so many problems setting up a server as this go-round :-(
At 04:19 AM Thursday, 8/29/2002, Daniel Liston wrote -=>
>It might be because that is also the default $home in the sample.cf and
>majordomo.cf file. Just a guess at this point. You did make a majordomo.cf
>before trying to run config-test right? :)
>>> > > > W_HOME = /usr/local/majordomo
>>> > > > W_MAJORDOMO_CF = $(W_HOME)/majordomo.cf
>>> > > >
>>> > > > And why is it looking in /usr/test/majordomo-1.94.5 anyway??
>>> > >
>>> > >It's looking in /usr/test/majordomo-1.94.5 because that's the default
>>> > >Majordomo home directory ($W_HOME) defined in the Makefile.
>>> > I changed line 23 before running ./configure to "W_HOME =
>>> > /usr/local/majordomo" which is where I like to put majordomo.
>>>Weird. Run 'strings' on the 'wrapper' binary, that'll show you whether
>>>your new path got into the binary at all.
>> From the stdout of "strings wrapper"
>>Which are directly from the sample.cf and not from the majordomo.cf and
>>Makefile in the src folder...
>>>My 1.94.5 distribution didn't come with a ./configure script, where did
>>>you get yours from? If someone has GNU'ified the build procedure then
>>I dl'd it straight from greatcircle.com. And it doesn't come with a
>>configure script. Install directions are really straight forward which
>>is why I am sort of baffled as to how the wrapper keeps picking up these