As the root user, can you `su - majordom` ?
Once you are 'majordom', can you `cd /var/spool/clientmqueue` ?
If that worked, can you `touch newfilename` and `rm newfilename` ?
From the information you provided, it appears that majordom
is uid:gid 31994:31998 <- is this intentional? Does this match
the way majordomo's "wrapper" is compiled?
Christine Kuhlmey wrote:
> On 02-Apr-2003 Daniel Liston wrote:
>> For permission on the /var/spool/clientmqueue, you might want to add
>> the majordomo user to the mail and smmsp groups in /etc/group.
> I've got the same problems. My perms on /var/spool/clientmqueue:
> uid gid
> drwxrwx--- smmsp smmsp
> I added majordom and smmsp to the groups:
> but the error still remains the same:
> Apr 4 10:59:03 mail sendmail: [ID 801593 mail.alert] h348x3B0028572:
> SYSERR(majordom): queueup: cannot create queue temp file ./tfh348x3B0028572,
> uid=31994: Permission denied
> does anybody have another clue what I may have missed?
> Thanks in advance!
> Christine Kuhlmey