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linnkarik at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 3 06:23:04 CEST 1999
Assuming that I installed everything correctly,
the file permissions should be handled by mailman
itself w/o any problems, right?
I manually did this (chmod *.txt.gz in
$prefix/archives/public/<list> ) ... works ok ..
till somebody posts the next message .. where
Mailman chmod 600 the file :(
What am I doing wrong here?
I am using Redhat 6.0, users' umask is 022 and I
didn't install as root.
afu at altek.com.my
PS: my installation of mailman can be viewed at
--- Trevor Johnson <trevor at jpj.net> wrote:
> > "You don't have permission to access
> > /pipermail/sme/1999-May.txt.gz on this
> Check the permissions on the file, and on the
> directories in its path.
> Make sure they're accessible to whatever user
> your httpd runs as.
> Trevor Johnson
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