[Mailman-Users] getting cgi-gid right
jimmy at nccom.com
Wed Dec 19 02:24:43 CET 2001
We're retiring the machine running majordomo, so I figure this is a
good excuse to switch to Mailman.
I've built and installed and set up the 'test' list as suggested in the
INSTALL file, but when I try accessing the web page, I get:
Mailman CGI error!!!
The expected gid of the Mailman CGI wrapper did not match the gid as
set by the Web server.
I have tried rebuilding it with a few different cgi-gid definitions,
but still can't get past this. I created a cgi-bin script that does
nothing but create a file and it shows:
-rw------- 1 nobody daemon 0 Dec 18 14:59 /tmp/cgi
confirming for me that the web server is running as group daemon, and I
did a full reconfigure and rebuild of mailman with
but I still get this error. Is there some place I can see what GID it
wants and what GID it is seeing?
Mailman cgi-wrapper (admin): No such file or directory
So is some file missing or is it the GID mismatch? What's a good way
to debug this?
Running Mailman 2.0.7 under Solaris 8 and Python 1.5.2.
Thanks for any help.
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