[Mailman-Users] private archiving problems
Harald.Meland at usit.uio.no
Sun Feb 14 19:11:42 CET 1999
> > first of all, is it okay to use the following apache srm.conf
> > aliases for mailman instead of the one it asks for?
> > Alias /archives/ /home/mailman/archives/public/
> > ScriptAlias /lists/ /home/mailman/cgi-bin/
> > (everything seems to work fine with that except the following)
> This isn't going to work (as you already found out) for the
> private archives.
Well, they could -- and if they weren't it's not necessarily for the
reasons you pointed out.
On my Mailman, the public archive for a specific list is referenced
from the lists "listinfo" page as
while lists with private archives have the archive links on the
"listinfo" page pointing to
This works perfectly fine for me, with these srm.conf directives:
Alias /pipermail/ /home/mailman/archives/public/
ScriptAlias /mailman/ /home/mailman/cgi-bin/
The "/mailman/private" part of the private archive URL is taken from
the PRIVATE_ARCHIVE_URL setting in Mailman/mm_cfg.py, while
"/pipermail" comes from PUBLIC_ARCHIVE_URL.
So, this really comes down to how the original posters wants her (or
his, I don't know what sex "deadgrrrl" is :) archive URLs to look
If my URLs look good, my setup is outlined above. If URLs starting
with "http://HOSTNAME/archives" are what is wanted (for both private
and public archives), then I think the clean solution would be:
Alias /archives/ /home/mailman/archives/
PUBLIC_ARCHIVE_URL = '/archives/public'
PRIVATE_ARCHIVE_URL = '/archives/private'
(because I like to reduce the number of srm.conf aliases as much as
Either way, what really matters is that the settings in mm_cfg.py and
srm.conf correspond to each other in a correct way.
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