Stephen: If your MJ UID:GID is 54, then that is correct. I doubt if the
"recompile" will do it. But, you could try it if all else is failing to fix
the problem. MJ can certainly be cranky about permissions. If you do a
recompile, let me know how it turns out....
Have you looked at the logs to see what kind of errors, if any....??
Check the MJ log and the system maillog... again, though Interland should
know what the problem is by now too. I imagine their Techs are pretty busy.
At 10:21 AM 12.5.2002 -0500, Stephen Ronan wrote:
>I'm one of the folks with the disabled majordomo after the Interland upgrade
>to BSD 4.4. This is what I get when I issue the grep command:
>majordom:*:54:54:Majordomo Pseudo User:/usr/local/majordomo:/sbin/nologin
>You previously mentioned recompiling the wrapper as a possible solution.
>Does that still seem a possibility given the above? While I originally
>installed majordomo on the server, I'm very inexperienced with that sort of
>thing and would be v. grateful for more explanation of how one would
>recompile the wrapper. I don't know what a wrapper is or where it is. I can
>get around the machine okay, with root access.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Daniel Liston" <email@example.com>
>To: "Webmaster" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2002 12:57 AM
>Subject: Re: I've been "upgraded"
>> Try `grep -i majord /etc/passwd`.
>> Please see note to Jack Stone, same subject.
>> Webmaster wrote:
>> > New vs .orig Majordomo & sendmail .cf files look OK. Not sure if
>> > dumped it all into a new Unix box or upgraded in place. No response from
>> > Interland support yet. No smrsh in this case. The "upgrade" knocked all
>> > MySQL db's offline, too.
>> > Question: in my current panic, I've forgot where to manually check UID &
>> > GID's for users.
>> > RJ Dial
>> > (hyperventilating)
Jack L. Stone,