From: Anthony Howe
Date: 2010-01-19 06:52:25 -0500
Subject: Re: Is this the right place for a question
On 19/01/2010 10:17, Quentin Campbell whispered from the shadows...:
> Jan 19 08:16:04 cheviotdb sendmail: o0J8G4ss030064: to=3D"|/usr/loca=
> l/sbin/wimp list-name=3Dwimp-test", ctladdr=3D<email@example.com=
> k> (8/0), delay=3D00:00:00, xdelay=3D00:00:00, mailer=3Dprog, pri=3D31630, =
> dsn=3D4.0.0, stat=3DDeferred: prog mailer (/usr/sbin/smrsh) exited with EX_=
wimp 0.1.9 ?
Why you using smrsh? I don't use this, nor did I recommend it in my setup.
What are the file permissions for:
There are only a handful of explicit EX_TEMPFAIL in wimp.c, which should
write error message to stderr (+verbose writes to stderr, but won't help
in this case) that would appear in the NDR.
> wimp-test: "|/usr/local/sbin/wimp list-name=3Dwimp-test"
> I am running WIMP on a 64-bit CentOS 5.3 box. The sendmail.cf file uses /us=
> r/sbin/smrsh as the 'prog' mailer. I thus have in /etc/smrsh
Libsnert 1.73.4 should auto detect 64-bit CPU, but just in case build
libsnert with --enable-64bit. What does uname -m return? Did the compile
commands (CFLAGS) have -m64?
> I suspect I have missed something simple in my setup but cannot see it myse=
Or it might be I forgot to document something, but can't see what. The
install.sh should setup the file perms and initial test dir, etc.
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