I have a machine that is running some proprietary code to create virtual machines. When I install a new domain, it creates a directory hierarchy such as /home/virtual/domainname with sub-directories like var, lib, usr, and home. The main server's httpd.conf file just has normal VirtualHost to allow the www.domainname.com to work. Nothing tricky there. However, a customized sendmail is running. The first thing it does is chroot to the virtual root of that domain. That allows each domain to have seperate and unique alias files. Also, majordomo is setup to work in this environment.
I really want to use mailman instead of majordomo; but, here's my problem: since apache exects to find the cgi-bin in one place, but sendmail finds it in another, I don't know how to link up my MTA with apache.
Any suggestions, or am I sol?
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