A fresh install of beta 3 worked for me on Solaris 2.5 (after the simple
fixes I sent in). However I did the complete install as root, not just
install-wrapper (I do not think it works correctly unless you do so, and
the INSTALL file should be changed as such).
Otherwise is seems fine.
On Tue, 24 Sep 1996, Jason L Tibbitts III wrote:
: [To both lists? A little excessive, don't you think?]
: >>>>> "BR" == Brock Rozen <email@example.com> writes:
: BR> I get the following message when I send commands to majordomo from all
: BR> addresses (local and non-local) except for mine.
: BR> sh: /webdreams/majordomo-1.94/wrapper: cannot execute
: This is an error from the sh that is invoked (as nobody, or daemon
: depending on your system, or as the local user in the case that the mail
: was sent by a local user) to handle the pipe. Can every user see the
: wrapper? Can every user invoke the wrapper?
: All of the directories and the wrapper must be at least o+x, perhaps even
: o+rx is required. I didn't do a fresh install of beta3; perhaps it changed
: the permissions incorrectly.
: - J<