Re: Still not working (Let's

Core Systems (Core.Systems@amgen.com)
26 Jun 1995 17:05:03 U


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From: "Core Systems" <Core.Systems@amgen.com>
Subject: Re: Still not working (Let's
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Pete Fanning writes:
 > > -- wrapper was made by root, and I used the POSIX settings UID:1
 > > GID:202 (the majordomo group) CHOWN:root and CHMOD:4755
 > 
 > The only thing I did different from you in the above is that I 
 > created BOTH a user and group called majordom and assigned the UID 
 > and GID appropriately.  You appear to be specifying user daemon as 
 > the UID.  I have no idea if this even matters, I'm just pointing out 
 > what I did differently.  Other than that....the CHOWN and CHMOD are 
 > correct for wrapper.


-- Point taken.  I actually do have a user majordomo, and all of the
files are in that account's home dir.  Setting UID to majordom doesn't
change the error, though...


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