[Mailman-Users] two problems
Mehmet C. YILDIZ
mcan at cs.binghamton.edu
Tue Feb 20 17:42:14 CET 2001
I had the first problem and solve using the group id instead of group name
--with-mail-gid=6 should solve your first problem I think..
The second problem can be solved putting an Alias into your Apache conf
files I believe.. but since I haven't done it before I'm not sure..
Another solution which is very bad :) is to link your user public_html
directory from apache document root..
On Tue, 20 Feb 2001, chris hopkins wrote:
> My first question is that, after I set up mailman and
> my testing list, I sent a mail to
> testing-request at my.host.name. Then I saw this error:
> Mailman mail-wrapper: Failure to exec script. WANTED
> gid 6, GOT gid 1. (Reconfigure to take 1?)
> It looks that the default gid (other) with number 1 is
> being tried. I then reconfigured mailman with
> --with-mail-gid=mail ( gid of mail is 6).
> However, I got the same error again. Tried a different
> gid (nogroup), but same error again. What am i
> Second problem is regarding to apache, how is it told
> apache to note user directories as: http://host/user
> rather than http://host/~user? Not doing this
> introduces a problem that www.myhost.com/mailman is
> not opened by the server.
> Thanks in advance...
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