Tue Nov 13 10:28:00 GMT 2007
Corinna Vinschen <corinna-cygwin <at> cygwin.com> writes:
> On Nov 12 18:22, Tony Benham wrote:
> > I've decided to run syslog-ng on my cygwin installation. I updated to latest
> > version 22.214.171.124. When I run syslog-ng-config I get four errors
> > setfacl : illegal acl entries
> > Is this to be expected ?
> All four setfacl calls try to add the SYSTEM user to file/directory ACLs.
> If that doesn't work, the SYSTEM user doesn't exist in your /etc/passwd
> file, apparently. If so, your /etc/passwd is broken. You should fix it
> by rerunning mkpasswd.
I ran mkpasswd -d domain >> /etc/passwd to recreate passwd. But the problem
remains. I cannot see the SYSTEM user in the file. Is there a switch for
mkpasswd I need to use ? This machine is also a W2003 DC will that make a
I will look at your other suggestions when I can resolve the first problem.
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