[ic] Interchange makecat woes!

interchange-users@interchange.redhat.com interchange-users@interchange.redhat.com
Sun Jan 20 20:08:00 2002

On Sun, Jan 20, 2002 at 02:19:54PM -0500, Julia Jacobs wrote:

> Since you selected the SUEXEC/CGIwrap option and are root, we aren't sure
> which user and group you intended to own the link program. We have selected
> the catalog user's UID/GID (576/511), but this may not match your
> server definition. If you get a server error, change the ownership to its
> proper value and ensure that the SUID bit is turned off on the link
> program (/var/www/html/WebSites/www.silverjewelbox.com/cgi-bin/catalog).
> chown executable: No such file or directory
> No matter what I do or what permissions I change, I cannot get past this
> point in the makecat script.  I?m doing this as root so I don?t know why I
> would be having these problems.  I have not tried to turn off the SUID bit
> in the link program yet, but something tells me there might be another
> problem.

Try not as root.  Maybe you have a different PATH as root.

Still, 'chown executable' is odd.  Like a script got mangled.

chown $something# executable
or some such where variable $something# is empty.

Did you unpack this UNIX?  Or is it DOS mangled?

Look to see if you made the executable vlink.  cd src and
make it.  $something might not be there if the make did not

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