[Mailman-Users] Public Archives
dan.mick at West.Sun.COM
Sat Apr 1 00:06:40 CEST 2000
No, that's not right. The names *in* /home/mailman/archive/public are
links to files of the same name in /home/mailman/archive/private (assuming
the "public archive" attribute is set for the list).
/home/mailman/archive/public gets made in the first place by "make install".
If it's not there, just create it.
Todd Shrider wrote:
> If you look in /home/mailmain/archive/ (or your equiv) public is a
> symbolic link to private. I don't know that this should be the case for
> public in the cgi-bin or not, but what the hay!
> Todd M. Shrider
> tshrider at kascope.com
> On Fri, 31 Mar 2000, Jeff Fiegel wrote:
> > At 03:00 PM 3/31/00 -0500, you wrote:
> > Well there is no file named "public" in the /home/mailman/cgi-bin/ but
> > there is a "private" and the private archives work so???????? I assume
> > there should be a public file as well...
> > >Are they really missing or do you not have the link in the httpd.conf file
> > >set properly?
> > >
> > >I couldn't get the public archives to work until I added the alias from
> > >
> > > <prefix1>/htdocs/pipermail/ -> <prefix2>/mailman/archives/public/
> > >
> > >You also need to make sure in the alias directory definition has the
> > >FollowSymLinks attribute because mailmain uses a lot of symbolic links.
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