Marc-Christian Petersen m.c.p at
Sun May 30 08:16:32 EDT 2004

On Sunday 30 May 2004 13:11, Kent L. Nasveschuk wrote:

Hi Kent,

> I have cyradm working but I had an initial problem setting a password
> for user cyrus in sasl. It was a permissions thing. Permissions on
> /etc/sasldb2 were originally 640 root.root. This did not allow me to add
> a password so I could login to the localhost. I changed the permissions
> to:
>  -rwxrwxrwx    1 root     root        12288 May 30 06:49 /etc/sasldb2*

urgs ;)

> I can now set a password using saslpasswd2 and login to localhost with
> cyradm.
> What do permissions really have to be so I can set this up correctly?

root at codeman:[/] # ls -lsa /etc/sasldb2 
  12 -rw-rw----    1 root     smmsp       12288 May 27 20:10 /etc/sasldb2

and User Cyrus in Group smmsp (in this example).

You get the idea.

ciao, Marc
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