In message <_A4042@delegate-en.ML_> on 08/05/08(04:33:55)
you Jeff <email@example.com> wrote:
|08/04 21:02:02.15  0+0: env
|08/04 21:02:02.15  0+0: ext DGROOT=/var/delegate/dgtesting
|08/04 21:02:02.15  0+0: ext ADMIN=
|08/04 21:02:02.15  0+0: ext OWNER=news/news
|Please accept my apologies for the extensive post.
Nothing is bad with a extensive post.
|It seems for some reason that it is still trying to write to
|Even though I have specified DGROOT, CACHEDIR and the user account under
|which delegate should run. Is this intended or a bug?
|Is there anything else that stands out from the logs?
You seem specifying DGROOT not in the command-line of DeleGate but in
a parameter file. DGROOT (and OWNER) is one of parameters which cannot
be specified in a parameter file, because it is a initial parameter used
to find files and interpret other parameters.
> Parameters marked with "+" can NOT be given in "+=parameters" scripts.
> Those parameters (including DGROOT, CHROOT, LDPATH, and DYLIB) need to be
> specified in command-line arguments or "implanted" into the executable
> file of DeleGate with the -Fimp option.
9 9 Yutaka Sato <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://delegate.org/y.sato/
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