Help with init.d scrip (Ubuntu)
admin at lctn.org
Mon Feb 4 18:52:01 GMT 2013
You are correct about the error. If I change the group from Debian-exim
to root, the init script works. Obviously, I don't want to run a
production server this way. What do I need to change so it will work
with Run As Group= Debian-exim?
On 02/04/2013 12:04 PM, Joolee wrote:
> The error is not with the init script but with the Mailscanner
> configuration. It is set to change the group running Mailscanner to
> one with id 119 but Mailscanner is not able to do it. It could be you
> are calling the init script with an account that doesn't have enough
> permissions or the group just doesn't exist.
> *I'm not a Linux expert so I can be wrong about this :P
> On 4 February 2013 18:16, Raymond Norton <admin at lctn.org
> <mailto:admin at lctn.org>> wrote:
> I'm setting up a new relay scanner with MailScanner v4.84.5. I'm
> using an init script from a tutorial, but it is erring out .
> Although Mailscanner is already running I get the following err
> when attempting to restart:
> /etc/init.d/mailscanner restart
> * Restarting mail spam/virus scanner MailScanner No
> MailScanner found running; none killed.
> Can't set GID 119 at /opt/MailScanner/bin/MailScanner line 1541.
> Any idea what I should be looking for to fix this.
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