>>>>> "JB" == James Berry <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
JB> I realise that; I only commented on this for completeness -- some of
JB> the headers that were needed to be compiled weren't even installed as
JB> part of the redhat installation. I raise it only because it's bound to
JB> cause problems in the future..
At least we check and tell you what you're missing. But this very issue is
why I earlier asked about syslog removing support (since this pain is only
required for Syslog.pm) and everyone wants that to stay. If syslog stays,
the pain stays as well. It might be nice to just turn off syslog support
if it isn't found (or configurably otherwise); if someone wishes to work on
this, it sure would be a big help.
JB> This was my mistake. The user under which majordomo (& majordomo2)
JB> runs is majordomo.
Isn't that one character too long?
This is an interesting issue. It is definitely best if the majordomo user
runs its own crontab (so we don't have more setuid binaries and passwords
in the crontab and other stuff), but if something goes wrong cron needs to
send the errors somewhere. It would be nice if we could have it sent to
majordomo-owner or root or anywhere else but back to Majordomo.
I hope the improved qmail support is useful.