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  Learning the Terminal in Jaguar, Part 2
Subject:   /clientmqueue/ No such file or directory
Date:   2003-04-24 09:18:13
From:   chris_stone
Response to: /clientmqueue/ No such file or directory

I'm not sure why you're having this problem if you're running at least 10.2, but you can try this:


cd /var/spool/
sudo mkdir clientmqueue
sudo chown smmsp:smmsp clientmqueue/
sudo chmod 770 clientmqueue/


(This makes the new directory, sets its owner and group both to "smmsp", and sets its permissions to allow read, write, and list by the owner and group, but no permissions for anyone else. When you're done, the long list of the directory should look something like this:


drwxrwx--- 2 smmsp smmsp 68 Apr 24 08:56 clientmqueue


Hope that helps...


--Chris


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  1. After tail and sudo ls -l /var/spool/clientmqueue I have...
    2003-04-24 15:44:30  mstrstvns [View]

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