[Mailman-Users] Sendmail error or mailman error?
pjh at mccc.edu
Fri Nov 5 00:34:53 CET 1999
On Thu, 4 Nov 1999, Christopher Lindsey wrote:
> > > Probably sendmail. I'm guessing that you're using a
> > > system with smrsh (sendmail restricted shell) installed
> > > (i.e. RedHat 5+). If that's the case, you probably have
> > > a directory called /etc/smrsh. If so:
> > >
> > > cd /etc/smrsh
> > > ln -s /home/mailman/mail/wrapper
> > >
> > > That will tell sendmail that you want to let it run
> > > 'wrapper'. You need to do the same thing for any other
> > > binaries that you want to run out of your aliases or
> > > .forward files.
> > Actually we're running Debian (intending to upgrade to RH
> > soon) and there's no /etc/smrsh.
> OK. grep for 'smrsh' in your sendmail.cf. That should tell you
> the location of your smrsh binary. Then run strings on the
> binary. i.e.
> foreach i (`strings /usr/bin/smrsh | grep ^/`)
> ls -ld $i | grep ^d
> The output should list any directories that smrsh was compiled to
> use, and hopefully it will be obvious which one is appropriate.
Thanks, Chris, but smrsh doesn't appear in sendmail.cf.
More information about the Mailman-Users