[ic] CyberCash Message Not Showing In Log
Tue, 12 Dec 2000 10:01:46 -0600
Thanks for your reply. I am starting the init.d/interchange script
as root, but the script /usr/sbin/interchange checks for root and
su's the user id to interch. When I look at the running interchange
process it shows the user as interch. When I start using this
method I don't get a CyberCash found message in the error.log.
If I go to /usr/lib/interchange/bin and type ./interchange -
DEBUG as user interch I get a message that CyberCash was
found and some messages about not being able to write error.log.
I am dead sure that I am running CyberCash 184.108.40.206 with the updated pm's for interchange.
Meanwhile none of my test transactions show up on CyberCash's web site. Which makes sense.
Any other ideas?
Date sent: Mon, 11 Dec 2000 18:26:40 -0500
From: Eric Paul <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: [ic] CyberCash Message Not Showing In Log
Send reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Are you starting the Interchange server as the right user? From what
> you've said, it looks like maybe you're starting it as root in one case
> (bad thing) and not in another.... What are you doing differently between
> the command lines in initd and the ones you type from the command
> line? What user are you starting it as when you do it from the command line?
> There's some things to check at first...
> At 06:18 PM 12/11/00, you wrote:
> >Hi All,
> > I'm having a problem with CyberCash. I don't get a message in
> >the Interchange error.log showing that CyberCash was found. I
> >have sucessfully tested CyberCash outside of Interchange. Here is
> >my setup: Redhat 7, Interchange 4.6.1, CyberCash 3.2.6 w/ the
> >updates from homestead.com. I have moved all the required
> >CyberCash files to VendRoot (/usr/lib/interchange/lib)
> > If I start Interchange using Interchange Start from /etc/rc.d/initd
> >I don't get a CyberCash message in the Interchange error.log.
> >However if I manually start Interchange from /usr/lib/interchange/bin
> >I do get the CyberCash found message. Maybe a permission
> >problem? Any help would be appreciated!
> >Variable CYBER_CONFIGFILE
> >Variable CYBER_VERSION 3.2
> >Variable CYBER_MODE mauthonly
> >James W. Guillot
> >IS Manager
> >Hunt Forest Products, Inc.
> >Interchange-users mailing list
> Eric Paul
> SpellBook Systems
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James W. Guillot
Hunt Forest Products, Inc.