./configure --prefix=/usr, among other things. There
is no packaging here, compiled and installed from
If you don't want to help me because I installed
everything in /usr instead of /usr/lib/courier, that's
perfectly fine. Indeed, its fine if you don't want to
help me because you hate my sig ;)
What I need to figure out is what directory esmtp
authentication needs to access that no other
authentication needs to access. You can tell me that
/usr/lib/courier/libexec/esmtp/auth needs to have such
and such permissions and I will have no problem making
the changes to /usr/libexec/esmtp/auth without even
telling you that's where it is.
I guess its off to the source for me. Any help from
anybody with this will be well appreciated and of
course poorly rewarded.
On Thu, 18 Oct 2001, Sam Varshavchik wrote:
Ross Alexander Patterson writes:
-r-sr-x--- 1 root courier 31344 Oct 17 12:22
suid root as indicated in the docs.
Thanks for the suggestions. Care to offer more? ;)
The default configuration script does not install anything in /usr/libexec.
By default, everything is installed in /usr/lib/courier, and the default
location for $libexecdir is /usr/lib/courier/libexec.
Therefore, you must be using some packaging other than the default one.
Which means that I really have no idea how your system is set up in the