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Re: [leafnode-list] alpha-do-not-use-work-in-progress-release: 2.0b8_ma2.1-alpha (was: Post's don't show up!)
Ok. The directories were not there. I got to looking in the
/usr/local/sbin directory and noticed a checkgroups file. I executed it and
it returned this checkgroups file (null) doesn't exist. After I ran that I
can now post and the sub directories are there!? I added a new group to my
/etc/leafnode/local.groups and the same thing happened..no post's would get
posted. Untill i did checkgroups. Forgive my ignorance...but was this
something I was supposed to do in the first place? After I saw it there it
kinda made sense that it needed to be run, although after reading through
the readme file it does not mention that this needs to be run, it says it's
an addon and is not mentioned in the actual running of leafnode. I am
interested in knowing if this was my stupidity for not reading correctly =)
Thanks for the help. I really appreciate it.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Joerg Dietrich" <joerg@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2001 9:05 PM
Subject: Re: [leafnode-list] alpha-do-not-use-work-in-progress-release:
2.0b8_ma2.1-alpha (was: Post's don't show up!)
> On Tue, Feb 27, 2001 at 08:21:19PM -0500, h3rb wrote:
> > to get a list of new headers and my post does not show up! I can't find
> > that message i just sent anywhere in the /var/spool/news folder. And
> Does the subdirectory test/test exist?
> Can you provide a debug log with debugmode=2 ?
> > folder and subdirectories are owned by news. I am willing to allow
> > access to my machine to see if they can see where I have went wrong.
> If your problem is not solved by next Monday I may find the time
> to take a closer look.
> P.S. Do not post with invalid mail addresses to nsn.
> Fortune cookie of the day:
> Sometimes love ain't nothing but a misunderstanding between two fools.
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