On Mon, 24 Oct 2005, Wesley Alan Wright wrote:
> I created a new entry on my blog.
> I went to http://waw.blog.uvm.edu/, but it isn't there.
> It is here:
> So I tried to rebuild my site, and got this:
> Can't use string ("MT::App") as a HASH ref while "strict refs" in use
> at lib/MT/App.pm line 586.
> I also tried setting my index template to rebuild dynamically: that
> turned http://waw.blog.uvm.edu/ into a 401: forbidden error.
> If I delete the entry and rebuild, it rebuilds fine. If I try to add
> the entry again, the stuff happens.
A file /tmp/ppp exists, and is owned by user jtl. It was created from a
web request which caused mt-comments.cgi to be run.
TypeMover is the problem:
jtl/mt/plugins/TypeMover/plugin.pl: `echo 1 >/tmp/ppp`;
Not sure why it does that. Can someone who knows TypeMover comment (so I
don't have to go digging). It's this way in everyone's account...
I have removed /tmp/ppp, so can you try again Wes?
Can someone in the CTL figure out how we make sure this doesn't happen
again, and why it makes /tmp/ppp in the first place?