[Mailman-Users] set gid didn't work?
mitchell at walrus.uchicago.edu
Wed Jun 6 23:33:20 CEST 2001
At 01:14 PM 6/6/01, Amanda wrote:
>Well, I thought that was a little weird, so I looked up gid 401, and it
>doesn't exist. So I collected some additional information, and
>reconfigured with mail gid set to 400 (qmail). I
If you have access to /etc/group (or the equivalent), how about just
/making up/ a group 401 entry? Call it whatever name you like, like
"qmail-oddity". Then configure/make Mailman with gid 401, and hopefully
it won't refuse, since now that's a listed group.
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