Re: sshd login

2003-01-03 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
dcs Ok, I found the query packets, on the loopback: dcs [root@piratinga root]# tcpdump -ni lo0 -s1500 dcs tcpdump: listening on lo0 dcs 11:54:05.602126 127.0.0.1.49202 127.0.0.1.53: 41012+ PTR? dcs 17.199.31.172.in-addr.arpa. (44) dcs 11:54:10.605353 127.0.0.1.49203 127.0.0.1.53: 41012+ PTR?

Re: [resolution] Re: sendmail (Re: 5.0-RC2 informal PR: 90 sec sendmail delay)

2003-01-04 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
swear BTW, I was suprised to find several help files only under /usr/src swear and the Sendmail Installation and Operation only under that and not swear yet built from the source op.me. (PR worthy?) op.me is built and installed in /usr/share/doc/smm/08.sendmailop/. cf/README is installed as

Re: SENDMAIL_MC

2003-08-27 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
I have SENDMAIL_MC and SENDMAIL_SUBMIT_MC defined in /etc/make.conf (both with the full path, i.e. /etc/mail/...). From the documentation I take it, that this should work. My installworld however breaks because src/etc/sendmail/Makefile strips the pathname from the variables before trying to

Re: SENDMAIL_MC

2003-08-27 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
The problem (I think) is in src/etc/sendmail/Makefile: .if defined(SENDMAIL_MC) INSTALL_CF= ${SENDMAIL_MC:T:R}.cf This leaves INSTALL_CF with fokus.cf (the path is stripped off) and there is (of course) no fokus.cf in src/etc/sendmail. But there should be one in

Re: sendmail starts before rpc.statd and rpc.lockd

2003-06-08 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
Generally, sendmail uses flock() on the aliases file and related databases to ensure consistency. As far as I know, it's unrelated to redirection. And for locking queue files. Here is what Control-T does load: 0.20 cmd: sendmail 292 [pause] 0.02u 0.04s 0% 2016k pause, eh? That

Re: sendmail authentication

2003-06-15 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
When I get to the point of make sendmail I get the following error At the end of the make process I get CC: /usr/src/lib/libsmutil/libsmutil.a: No such file or directory CC: /usr/src/lib/libsm.a: No such file or directory *** Error code 1 If you haven't done a make

Re: mergemaster broken

2003-07-06 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
mergemaster -dv [snip] cd /usr/src/etc/sendmail; make distribution install -o root -g wheel -m 644 /usr/src/etc/sendmail/freebsd.mc freebsd.cf /var/tmp/temproot.0707.11.55/etc/mail install: freebsd.cf: No such file or directory *** Error code 71 Thanks, I just committed a fix for

Re: postfix equiv. of sendmail's -bH?

2003-01-18 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
kutulu I upgraded my system last night to the latest -CURRENT and noticed kutulu a change in the daily mail cleanup. Unfortunately, I'm not running kutulu sendmail, so now I'm getting: kutulu Removing stale entries from sendmail host status cache: kutulu sendmail: fatal: unsupported: -bH kutulu

Re: sendmail_enable=NONE doesn't appear in rc.conf

2003-03-08 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
nunotex sendmail_enable=NONE doesn't appear in /etc/defaults/rc.conf. Can nunotex anyone update this file to include NONE option? This was done on purpose: Revision 1.158, Tue Sep 3 22:15:54 2002 UTC (6 months ago) by gshapiro Branch: MAIN Deprecate the use of sendmail_enable=NONE as it

Re: Sendmail and backups

2003-03-10 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
cfowler Is there a way to configure sendmail on my 4.7 system to keep a backup cfowler of all mail going out? http://www.sendmail.org/faq/section4.html#4.20 To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

Re: sendmail: no local mailer

2003-04-02 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
evantd Sendmail has not been working on my system for some time now. I evantd can't say exactly how long, but my guess is that it broke when I evantd upgraded to RELENG_5_0. This is how sendmail is invoked (by evantd default) and it's output. evantd # sendmail -L sm-mta -bd -q30m

Re: Archos 6000

2001-11-29 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
ps has anyone tested using a Archos 6000 (using a isd200 interface) with the ps umass driver under freebsd? Just bought one (the 20G version but same interface) this weekend and can verify that it does not work with -STABLE. I also saw the Linux driver but I don't know the USB code at all.

Re: Archos 6000

2001-12-01 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
ticso Does it get connectet to umass? No, ugen. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

Re: Archos 6000

2001-12-01 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
ticso Can anyone with such a drive please mail the complete specification? ticso Apply the attached patch and mail the usbdevs -v output. Here you go: port 1 addr 2: self powered, config 1, USB Storage Adapter(0x0031), In-System Design(0x05ab), rev 0x0100, class 0xff, subclass 0x00, protocol

For Review: sendmail 8.12.2 import into -CURRENT

2002-01-20 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
I am seeking volunteers to review and test the infrastructure changes needed to import sendmail 8.12.2 into FreeBSD (-CURRENT). If you are interested in helping, please visit: http://people.freebsd.org/~gshapiro/CURRENT-8.12.2 and following the instructions there. Please report any successes

Re: libmilter (asking for more trouble :)

2002-02-06 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
mi FreeBSD comes with sendmail, and milter is an increasingly popular part mi of sendmail -- used by the authors of different spam and virii filtering mi software. mi Shouldn't FreeBSD build and install libmilter and the relevant headers, mi too? It will do so when 8.12 is imported. See:

Re: libmilter (asking for more trouble :)

2002-02-06 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
mi Great! The TLS support will be there too, right? Thanks! Yes (as it already is in FreeBSD). To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

UPDATED: For Review: sendmail 8.12.2 import into -CURRENT

2002-02-10 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
I've created a new patch to deal with a problem found during testing (thanks to David Wolfskill). This should fix sites who use sendmail_enable=NO but still want to be able to process command line mail -- we still need a localhost-only SMTP daemon to accept command line mail. Complete details

Re: UPDATED: For Review: sendmail 8.12.2 import into -CURRENT

2002-02-10 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
http://people.freebsd.org/~gshapiro/CURRENT-8.12.2 ache +CFLAGS+=-pthread ache ^ ache Why you add -pthread? IMHO it is needed only on program building 'ld' ache phase and not in library building. See libc_r/Makefile Thanks, I've changed that line to: CFLAGS+=-D_THREAD_SAFE

HEADS UP: Expect buildworld instability

2002-02-17 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
I'm about to begin the import of sendmail 8.12.2 into -CURRENT. While I am doing the important, it's likely that a buildworld will fail. I'll post again when I'm done (expected to take about 15 to 20 minutes). To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in

HEADS UP: sendmail 8.12.2 imported

2002-02-17 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
sendmail 8.12.2 has been imported into -CURRENT. sendmail 8.12 has been developed with two main topics in mind: enhanced security and better performance. sendmail is by default not set-user-ID root anymore which avoids potential local root exploits. See /etc/mail/README (after running

HEADS UP: sendmail updated from 8.9.3 to 8.11.0 in -current

2000-08-12 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
sendmail has been updated from 8.9.3 to 8.11.0. Some of the more visible changes that may immediately affect your configuration include: - New default file locations from src/contrib/sendmail/cf/README - newaliases limited to root and trusted users - MSA port (587) turned on by default - New

Re: HEADS UP: sendmail updated from 8.9.3 to 8.11.0 in -current

2000-08-12 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
hetzels Sendmail 8.11 has the ablity to due secure authentication with hetzels mail clients when compiled with Cyrus-SASL. hetzels Will the Cyrus-SASL library be imported to provide this hetzels capability? Or at least a make.conf variable. My first step in the process was to get sendmail

Re: sendmail updated from 8.9.3 to 8.11.0 in -current

2000-08-13 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
ticso Getting STARTTLS also means putting sfio into base. Actually, it wouldn't. I was able to get Torek I/O working with STARTTLS as an FFR. I'm running with STARTTLS at home without using sfio. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body

Re: sendmail updated from 8.9.3 to 8.11.0 in -current

2000-08-13 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
DougB I'm seeing a small problem with up to the minute sources in the install DougB phase: DougB + cp /etc/aliases /etc/mail/aliases DougB cp: not found DougB *** Error code 127 That is odd considering the step right before it uses 'mv' which is located in /bin/ (where 'cp' also lives). I

Re: New sendmail: junk characters in header

2000-08-13 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
ache To see the bug, just send any mail to yourself. ache Received: (from ache@localhost) ache by nagual.pp.ru (8.11.0/8.11.0) id e7DIV4a34899 ache for [EMAIL PROTECTED]; Sun, 13 Aug 2000 22:31:04 +0400 (MSD)?g ache ^ ache (envelope-from ache)œ ache ^^^ Thanks for the report, fixed with

Re: HEADS UP: sendmail updated from 8.9.3 to 8.11.0 in -current

2000-08-13 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
ume Beacuse default confCW_FILE doesn't have -o option, freebsd.mc should ume have "define(`confCW_FILE', `-o /etc/mail/local-host-names)dnl" line. ume Unless this, /etc/mail/local-host-names will be mandatory. Good point. I've fixed this. ume BTW, I love to see ume

Re: sendmail updated from 8.9.3 to 8.11.0 in -current

2000-08-13 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
jhay There is just an annoying message because of the anycast address: jhay Aug 13 16:38:47 angel sendmail[11947]: gethostbyaddr(3ffe:2900:fffa:4::) failed: 1 jhay Is that because of a configuration error or just because sendmail needs jhay to check for anycast addresses? sendmail tries to

Re: sendmail updated from 8.9.3 to 8.11.0 in -current

2000-08-13 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
gshapiro Can you see if this patch makes the error go away? gshapiro Index: conf.c gshapiro === A better patch: Index: conf.c === RCS file: /cvs/sendmail/conf.c,v

Re: Majordomo Problem

2000-09-26 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
jwright freebsd:/etc# newaliases jwright /etc/aliases: 41 aliases, longest 56 bytes, 784 bytes total jwright hash map "Alias1": unsafe map file jwright /usr/local/majordomo/aliases.majordomo.db: Permission denied WARNING: cannot open alias database /usr/local/majordomo/aliases.majordomo Cannot

sendmail related changes

2000-09-30 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
There are some sendmail related changes I would like to make in the next few days. Some may be controversial so I am sending out this mail first. I would appreciate feedback on any of these items. If I don't hear any major objections, I'll go ahead with the changes. 1. Use sendmail's version

HEADS UP: sendmail related changes

2000-10-10 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
The following changes have been made in -CURRENT: 1. mail.local(8) is no longer installed as a set-user-id binary. If you are using a /etc/mail/sendmail.cf from the default sendmail.cf included with FreeBSD any time after 3.1.0, you are fine. If you are using a hand-configured

sendmail STARTTLS

2000-10-12 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
The STARTTLS version of sendmail has been added in src/secure/usr.sbin/sendmail/. src/usr.sbin/sendmail will continue to be the non-STARTTLS version for those who do not have the secure distribution installed. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in

Re: HEADS UP: sendmail related changes

2000-10-14 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
leifn Is there a way to make make world use my own sendmail.mc? There will be soon. I hope to have it in place before or during BSDcon. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: /etc/local/rc.conf not working?

2000-11-19 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
janb the rc.conf on my computer sets the sendmail enable flag to NO, and janb yet on bootup the sendmail daemon is started. ps -ax confirms this janb with sendmail: accepting connections At least as of November 6th, the only rc.conf files are /etc/defaults/rc.conf, /etc/rc.conf, and

Re: /etc/local/rc.conf not working?

2000-11-19 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
janb OOPs, well this was the problem. That leaves me wondering, why this is on janb two places... /etc/defaults/rc.conf are the defaults -- you should not be editing that file. Any settings you want to change to in /etc/rc.conf (which should be a small file, not a copy of

Re: PasswordAuthentication not works in sshd

2002-07-09 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
Normally OPIE not accepts plain Unix password remotely, and it is right, because of cleartext. But it is wrong for sshd, because no cleartext sended for PasswordAuth. It seems that opieaccess in pam.d/sshd should not fails by default or maybe even not present there. des What if the client is

Re: PasswordAuthentication not works in sshd

2002-07-09 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
ache == Andrey A Chernov [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: ache On Tue, Jul 09, 2002 at 09:46:40 -0700, Gregory Neil Shapiro wrote: one of the authentication techniques early on). Also, pam_opieaccess is broken at the moment anyway as /usr/src/contrib/opie/libopie/accessfile.c is not compiled

Re: Patch for review (was Re: OPIE auth broken too (was Re: PasswordAuthentication not works in sshd))

2002-07-10 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
If I may suggest a fix that will probably make everyone happy... The problem seems to be the addition of opieaccess to the PAM configuration. With that addition, in -CURRENT, unless a user creates /etc/opieaccess and adds explicit permit lines, plain text passwords will not be accepted if OPIE

Re: src/usr.sbin/crunch/crunchgen/crunched_main.c

2002-08-08 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
pmedwards The last commit to this appears to have broken it. main() was pmedwards updated to include envp, but crunched_main() calls main() pmedwards without the extra argument. pmedwards This causes make release of -current on -stable to barf for me, pmedwards so I can't truly test the patch

Re: src/usr.sbin/crunch/crunchgen/crunched_main.c

2002-08-08 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
pmedwards The last commit to this appears to have broken it. main() was pmedwards updated to include envp, but crunched_main() calls main() pmedwards without the extra argument. pmedwards This causes make release of -current on -stable to barf for me, pmedwards so I can't truly test the patch

Re: why should buildworld touch stuff outside /usr/src ? (was Re:buildworld breakage)

2002-08-16 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
makonnen I would like to be able to continue doing everything short of makonnen install as a regular user. Is it really necessary to require root makonnen privs to buildworld? Agreed. I haven't been able to come up with a way to convince make to adjust the destination path according to the

Re: HEADS UP: rcNG is now the default

2002-09-02 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
gordont There is one outstanding issue with the sendmail script that I'm working on gordont a solution for. In the general case it should work fine. If you set gordont sendmail_enable=NONE it will echo a benign warning about it being set gordont improperly. I've been discussing the issue with

Re: contrib/sendmail/cf ownership spammed

2001-03-03 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
msmith I've noticed that 'make world' spams the ownership of msmith src/contrib/sendmail/cf, leaving it owned by root. This is bad. 8) I'll fix this as soon as I get back from the east coast (Monday, assuming the snow storm they are expecting waits until I am in the air before hitting). To

Re: Email being rejected

2001-03-07 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
root I am using the standard freebsd.mc created during a buildworld. I root have started noticing that I am missing/rejecting a lot of emails root from places like: yahoogroups.com. It would be helpful to show the actual log message so we can determine why it is being rejected. If it is

Re: Who is maintainer of kerberos/heimdall/sendmail?

2001-04-12 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
tlambert Who is the maintainer of this code? I maintain sendmail. tlambert They appear to use SOMAXCONN, incorrectly. tlambert The value of SOMAXCONN is not valis; the valid limit is only tlambert obtainable from sysctl (kern.ipc.somaxconn). We (Sendmail) will look at integrating your fix

Re: HEADS UP!! S/Key is ancient, OPIE is new

2001-06-22 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
ache wi-ftpd already have OPIE hooks, but I not sure they works. Popper needs ache modifications. Doesn't know, if other ports using Skey exists. security/sudo uses it: sudo ldd /usr/local/bin/sudo Password [ s/key 135 ho9319 ]: /usr/local/bin/sudo: libmd.so.2 = /usr/lib/libmd.so.2

Re: system and (v)fork

2001-07-03 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
djhill Reading Advanced Programming in the UNIX Environment by Richard djhill W. Stevens, I see that he says that vfork() should be used instead djhill of fork() when you just need to use one of the exec() functions, djhill since it doesn't need to fully copy the address space. djhill Later in

Re: -D_FFR_TLS_O_T vs. FEATURE(access_db) in sendmail

2001-08-01 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
mark Recent enabling of -D_FFR_TLS_O_T in revision 1.18 of mark src/etc/mail/Makefile doesn't seem to sit well with access_db It was reverted yesterday when Nick Sayer posted the same problem in freebsd-stable. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in

Re: NetBSD-style rc.d Project

2002-02-26 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
Should committers be updating those files when they update /etc/rc? If so, I'll need to change the sendmail startup routines. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

Re: strange log message about bad file descriptor

2002-03-23 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
sgk Cvsup was run this morning (23 Mar 02) at 0623 PST. sgk After the standard make sequence and installation sgk of a new kernel. The following appears during the sgk boot process (apologies for long lines). sgk Mar 23 09:04:30 12-230-81-20 sm-queue[181]: NOQUEUE: SYSERR(root): fill_fd:

For review: Revised sendmail startup settings

2002-03-25 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
An issue came up on freebsd-stable today regarding the boot-time startup of sendmail for users who are using other MTAs. The end result was that users needed a way to completely prevent sendmail from trying to start at boot time. The current order of operations at boot time is: # MTA if

Re: For review: Revised sendmail startup settings

2002-03-26 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
keramida I am not sure if duplicating the code of etc/rc in keramida etc/mail/Makefile is something I am really happy about though. keramida This means that anyone who wants to make changes to etc/rc should keramida remember to update etc/mail/Makefile too. Yes, I really hope the /etc/rc.d work

Re: For review: Revised sendmail startup settings

2002-03-26 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
keramida Aye. Until there is a more NetBSD'ish way of calling sendmail in keramida /etc, we can probably get away with a note in /etc/rc that says keramida If you make changes related to Sendmail in this file, please keramida update *that* file too. Can we put something like this in keramida

The sendmail discussion...

2002-03-27 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
I've been purposefully trying to avoid getting involved with the entire should sendmail be in the base OS debate as my input would obviously be biased. However, avoiding a response has become more and more difficult as I've seen unanswered questions, misinformation, and as of late, people either

Re: For review: Revised sendmail startup settings

2002-03-27 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
andre.albsmeier One thing I don't understand here (for the case someone andre.albsmeier sets ${sendmail_enable} to NO): andre.albsmeier Both, ${sendmail_outbound_enable} and andre.albsmeier ${sendmail_submit_enable} are on by andre.albsmeier default. ${sendmail_outbound_flags} ist set to:

Re: Another possible solution for non-sendmail users

2002-03-28 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
thomas Hum. If we make the assumption that non-Sendmail-users use some thomas other MTA installed through a port or locally, then I guess that thomas MTA should be expected to be started from a /usr/local/etc/rc.d script, thomas so maybe the new variable mta_startup_script is overkill. They can

Another possible solution for non-sendmail users

2002-03-28 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
Given that non-sendmail users will be inconvenienced when upgrading due to the 8.12 changes (need to change sendmail_enable from NO to NONE), I thought it might be better to give them something back for their trouble. As an alternative to sendmail_enable=NONE, why not solve the boot time problem

Re: Another possible solution for non-sendmail users

2002-03-28 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
Jan.Grant Hang on, what problem? I think you've already done this: if you use Jan.Grant sendmail_enable = YES Jan.Grant sendmail_flags = whatever you normally use And: sendmail_msp_queue_enable=NO Jan.Grant and configer /etc/mail/mailer.conf properly, then if your MTA Jan.Grant was written to

Re: BIND 8.3.1 is *SLOW*

2002-03-28 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
Also shouldn't host(1) obey /etc/nsswitch.conf? No. host(1) is a dns specific tool. obrien *sigh*. So how does one figure out what amd and sendmail are seeing as obrien they try to resovlve addresses? In sendmail's case: sendmail -d8.8 _rest of args here_ Don't run a daemon with that

Re: Another possible solution for non-sendmail users

2002-03-30 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
Given that non-sendmail users will be inconvenienced when upgrading due to the 8.12 changes (need to change sendmail_enable from NO to NONE), des Why? It doesn't make any difference as long as one uses the des mailwrapper stuff: des des@des ~% grep sendmail /etc/rc.conf des

Re: Another possible solution for non-sendmail users

2002-03-30 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
ianjhart One small quibble. If I want to set ianjhart mta_start_script= ianjhart and run rc.sendmail(.sh) from /usr/local/etc/rc.d ianjhart shouldn't stop kill both queues? You'd need to add ianjhart a stop-mtaq obviously. ianjhart A global restart might be nice too. Yes, rc.sendmail should

Re: Another possible solution for non-sendmail users

2002-03-30 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
keramida A better fix would be to use the sh(1) way of conditionally setting a keramida variable: keramida sendmail_program=${sendmail_program:-/usr/sbin/sendmail} keramida Similarly for the rest of those ?= assignments. keramida AFAIK, the ?= assignment style works in make rules. keramida

Re: Another possible solution for non-sendmail users

2002-03-30 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
In a somewhat unrelated note, I also plan on arranging to move the sendmail-specific stuff out of src/etc/mail/ and into src/etc/sendmail so the installation of things like sample sendmail maps, etc. don't clutter a NO_SENDMAIL installation. I'll need to arrange this event with the CVS

Re: Another possible solution for non-sendmail users

2002-03-30 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
Thanks to some reviewers, a couple of problems with my last patch have been fixed. This time, I've actually tried the combinations involved to make sure it works. The changes from the last patch are only to /etc/mail/Makefile and /etc/rc.sendmail. rc.sendmail changes: - Use proper shell

Last round of sendmail startup changes in place

2002-04-04 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
As discussed earlier in the mailing list, I've committed what will hopefully be the final round of sendmail startup changes: --- start of forwarded message (RFC 934 encapsulation) --- From: Gregory Neil Shapiro [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: cvs

Re: Last round of sendmail startup changes in place

2002-04-09 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
fenner Anyway, that was really a long way of saying: should this be fenner documented somewhere? Like, prominently in the mailq man page? I'll add something to the man page. I've also updated /etc/periodic/daily/{440.status-mailq,500.queuerun}. fenner And, addressing the initial failure

Re: Proposal for dealing with sendmail [ug]id bootstrapping

2002-04-19 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
DougB My proposal is simple. Change from using names to numeric [ug]id's DougB in mtree, and elsewhere if needed. The plus is that it solves the DougB bootstrapping problem. The negatives involve problems with systems DougB that don't merge the password and group files, and therefore will DougB

Re: Call for Review: allow sysinstall to tweak tri-valuesendmail_enable

2002-06-01 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
One more change please. Change: +email, but still enables sendmail for outbound mail. None disables\n +sendmail completely at startup., To: +email, but still enables sendmail for local and outbound mail.\n +None disables sendmail completely at startup and disables

Re: someone broke sendmail or install

2002-06-06 Thread Gregory Neil Shapiro
sgk install -C -o root -g wheel -m 755 -d /usr/share/sendmail/cf Did you override $INSTALL in /etc/make.conf? sgk It seems [EMAIL PROTECTED] forgot to place an entry sgk in src/UPDATING that he purposely broke world. I'm curious what Makefile's are supposed to use if not ${INSTALL}. To