Answer to my own question (Re: [Mailman-Users] problem accessing mailman over ssh port tunnel)
jessica at anticlockwise.com
Fri Mar 22 08:26:54 CET 2002
I figured it out myself (by looking in the listinfo code to see
what it did). Found the VIRTUAL_HOST_OVERVIEW setting. Changed
that to "0", and I get the behaviour I want now.
Jessica Koeppel wrote:
>This might be more of an apache configuration thing, but
>I'm not sure. It actually feels a bit more like a mailman thing.
>I have mailman installed on machine "mail2.foo.com".
>There's an alias for the machine, "lists.foo.com".
>I have apache configured so that when you come in to
>the server with http://lists.foo.com, you get
>the /mailman/listinfo page.
>From home, I then set up an ssh tunnel like this -L 8080:lists.foo.com:80
>If I go to http://localhost:8080/mailman/admin I see what
>I expect to - I get the list of lists, the regular administrative
>interface page I expect.
>But, If I go to http://localhost:8080/mailman/listinfo,
>or if I just go to http://localhost:8080
>I get a very default mailman listinfo page with no publicly-advertised
>lists "on localhost:8080".
>How is it that the admin page is working right but the listinfo
>Anyone know the answer to this? I'll keep looking into it and will
>let you know if I figure it out first, but I figured I'd ask here
>in case anyone happens to know.
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