[Mailman-Developers] /opt vs traditional install [was: Mailman 3 production setup testbed]
terri at toybox.ca
Mon Dec 21 17:44:59 EST 2015
On 2015-12-12 3:32 PM, Barry Warsaw wrote:
> Right. There should be no hard-coded references; everything should be
> configurable via the mailman.cfg file.
Yeah, no problems here. In fact, the *production* setup includes things
to divide out the directories appropriately, the problem was mostly that
our instructions start with "unpack this somewhere" for the test setup,
which mostly leaves people with a running mailman install in their home
directories, sometimes to their surprise. ;)
Docs have been updated and I tested that it didn't cause weird behaviour
to install, and the only problem was when I forgot to give myself write
access to /opt/mailman before I began, which I think is more a me
problem than a mailman-bundler documentation one.
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