[Mailman-Users] group shows up as part of cgi url

Daniel Jacobs danielj at wizard.com
Sun May 2 01:01:58 CEST 1999

Thank you. That'll teach me to not compile new programs on no sleep.
That's exactly what it was.


On Sat, 1 May 1999, Barry A. Warsaw wrote:

> >>>>> "DJ" == Daniel Jacobs <danielj at wizard.com> writes:
>     DJ> This is a strange one - For an example, go to
>     DJ> http://jubjub.wizard.com/mailman/admin
>     DJ> Any cgi program name is having the group (nogroup) appended to
>     DJ> it in the html being generated. I've poked through the
>     DJ> archives and the faq and haven't come across this.
>     DJ> I am running on FreeBSD 3.1 w/apache 1.3.1 and python 1.5.1.
> Did you by chance use --with-cgi-ext=nogroup instead of
> --with-cgi-gid=nogroup when you configured Mailman?
> -Barry

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