[Mailman-Users] Failure to find group name nobody
jens at wilke.org
Mon Feb 23 03:37:43 CET 2004
i'm running postfix-2.0.18 on freebsd
i try to install mailman-2.1.3
i didn't find any solution for the following error, trying to configure with
several gids, not to mention, that /etc/groups contains nobody.
Postfix itself runs nicely.
Any ideas are very welcome. :(
Feb 23 02:25:01 longtime postfix/pickup: 6BA0D9F110: uid=1003
Feb 23 02:25:01 longtime postfix/cleanup: 6BA0D9F110:
message-id=<20040223022501.6BA0D9F110 at mail.longtime.so36.net>
Feb 23 02:25:01 longtime postfix/qmgr: 6BA0D9F110:
from=<mailman at longtime.so36.net>, size=1043, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
Feb 23 02:25:01 longtime Mailman mail-wrapper: Failure to find group name
nobody. Try adding this group to your system, or re-run configure, providing
an existing group name with the command line option --with-mail-gid.
Feb 23 02:25:01 longtime postfix/local: 6BA0D9F110:
to=<mailman at longtime.so36.net>, relay=local, delay=0, status=bounced (Command
died with status 8: "/usr/local/mailman/mail/mailman post mailman". Command
output: Failure to find group name nobody. Try adding this group to your
system, or re-run configure, providing an existing group name with the
command line option --with-mail-gid. )
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