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how do i fix my mailman prob?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by bluecon, Dec 20, 2005.

  1. bluecon

    bluecon Guest

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    hi,

    since i've fix this (http://kb.swsoft.com/article_61_942_en.html) problem i had a new problem with my mailman service on my suse 9.3:

    Code:
    Dec 20 15:33:06 ********** qmail: 1135089186.481891 delivery 2: success:
    Failure_to_exec_script._WANTED_gid_67,_GOT_gid_0./Failed_to_start_/usr/lib/mailman/mail/mailman./did_0+0+1/
    i send a new mail to my mailingadress and in my mailing logs i've found this error.

    can anybody help me?

    greez

    bluecon
     
  2. eWebtricity

    eWebtricity Guest

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    I would check into what group ID 67 is or belongs to. I'm guessing that the group ID that qmail is set to is different or undefined. Mailman is a little particular about how the wrapper calls or executes it. In this case I think qmail is initiating the call.

    You might investigate the group ownership.
     
  3. bluecon

    bluecon Guest

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    thx for you help.

    at my suse 9.3 station is in /etc/group

    an older version of my /etc/group file has mailman 59 as gid.

    currently mailman has 67 as gid.

    Code:
    mailman:!:67:
    i don't know how i can edit or change this function in qmail.

    any ideas?

    edit1:

    how can i do this?

    thx

    bluecon
     
  4. jlschwab

    jlschwab Guest

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  5. bluecon

    bluecon Guest

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    thx 4 help, but i tryed some times to fix the prob with mailman.

    today, i've found an error in /var/log/mail.err

    Code:
    Dec 23 11:39:23 *********** Mailman mail-wrapper: Failure to exec script. WANTED gid 67, GOT gid 0.
    hmmmmm

    bluecon
     
  6. bluecon

    bluecon Guest

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    problem found.

    /var/qmail/bin/mm_wrapper

    has uid root and gid root ... chang it to gid qmail an it works, but no mailinglist mail was send to users.

    bluecon
     
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