[Mailman-Users] Old question, oft repeated
Christopher T. Joffe
chrisj at joffecybernetics.com
Thu Mar 13 04:53:57 CET 2003
I've been out of the *nix world for long enough for some of this
stuff to be fuzzy. Sorry. The apache group is 48, but apache (httpd)
and most of the /var/www tree seem to root/root. I hesitate to
run around changing stuff, as this is a running server.
Jon Carnes wrote:
> You might want to check around for a different rpm (or install from
> source). Of course you could always reset Apache to run using a GroupID
> of 48 (instead of the 99 it is currently using).
> Good Luck.
> On Wed, 2003-03-12 at 22:30, Christopher T Joffe wrote:
>>Sorry for the obvious from a mailman-newbie, but I can't
>>seem to find the correct answer elsewhere. I'm running
>>Mandrake9.0 and have just installed Mailman from the
>>included RPMs. I now get:
>>Mailman CGI error!!!
>>This entry is being stored in your syslog:
>>Failure to exec script. WANTED gid 48, GOT gid 99. (Reconfigure to take
>>when trying to access it from the browser. Are there
>>any runtime configuration changes to make, or must I get
>>the sources and recompile it?
>>Christopher T Joffe
>>Joffe Cybernetics, Inc
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