[Mailman-Users] Last Ditch Effort for fix.
paul at coxcentral.com
Fri Oct 26 21:08:24 CEST 2001
On Friday, Oct 26, 2001, Eugene Allen wrote:
> I'm running FreeBSD 4.4-RELEASE and Postfix 20010228. I installed
> Mailman from the FreeBSD ports collection. So far the installation
> whent ok. I've created a new list and am able to configure it via the
> However, when I send a reply to the list I get this:
> (Command died with status 2: "/usr/local/mailman/mail/wrapper post
> netlist". Command output: Failure to exec script. WANTED gid 89, GOT gid
> 65534. (Reconfigure to take 65534?) )
> I've read the install instructions and have followed them to the letter
> but still am getting this message. I have also tried the
> --with-mail-gid=89 AND --with-cgi-gid=89 to no avail.
Don't know much about FreeBSD, but the error message is telling you that
it GOT gid 65534... which means that's how your MTA is doing your mail.
In other words, you should run the mailman ./configure script with
--with-mail-gid=65534 and not the other way around. =) Hope that helps.
Paul Cox <paul at coxcentral dot com>
Kernel: 2.4.8-30.1mdk - Uptime: 16 hours 59 minutes.
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