[Mailman-Users] RPM installation error
Dan.Mick at West.Sun.COM
Tue Jun 20 03:01:28 CEST 2000
You have to actually read the instructions.
- Configure your Web server to point to the Pipermail public
mailing list archives:
For example, in Apache:
Alias /pipermail/ $prefix/archives/public/
Consult your Web server's documentation for details. Also be
sure to configure your Web server to follow symbolic links in
this directory, otherwise public Pipermail archives won't be
accessible. For Apache users, consult the FollowSymLinks
Now restart your Web server.
> I installed MailMan off the 2.0beta RPM, and am having a problem
> with the archives. When I click on the link for the archive of my list, I
> get a 404 not found.
> This then shows up in my Apache log file:
> [Mon Jun 19 17:45:16 2000] [error] [client 126.96.36.199] script not
> found or unable to stat: /usr/lib/mailman/cgi-bin/pipermail
> When I look for that on my system, it's not there:
> [root at platinum html]# ls /usr/lib/mailman/cgi-bin/
> admin* archives* handle_opts* options* roster*
> admindb* edithtml* listinfo* private* subscribe*
> [root at platinum /]# find / -name pipermail
> [root at platinum /]#
> Has the name of the archiving script changed? I thought it might
> be the "archives" script, but I really don't know how to go about changing
> my installation... (which is why I used an RPM in the first place :)
> Should I just grab the latest tarball and copy the file
> "pipermail" from it? Or is there a more elegant solution to this problem?
> As always, any help is greatly appreciated.
> Thank You,
> Derek Simkowiak
> dereks at kd-dev.com
> Mailman-Users maillist - Mailman-Users at python.org
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