[Mailman-Users] Problems setting up Web interface for mm 2.0.1
James D Williams
James.D.Williams at noaa.gov
Tue Jan 16 19:21:55 CET 2001
Thanks, Dave, for your help...
Actually, I followed those directions, but it turns out
that whoever configured our apache created two 'conf'
directories in different places on the system. Unfortunately,
I modified the httpd.conf file in the wrong directory last
After adding ScriptAlias, etc to the correct conf file on the
system, I still needed to 'open up' permissions to both the
cgi-bin and pipermail directories in mailman to permit apache
to run scripts in them, etc. Finally, after making these
additional changes to httpd.conf, mailman worked.
Thanks again for answering my mail. mailman looks to be a nice
----- Original Message -----
From: Dave Klingler <davek at mail.commercedata.com>
Date: Sunday, January 14, 2001 1:30 pm
Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] Problems setting up Web interface for mm
> > QUESTION: How does one set up the Web interface to mailman???
> These are scripts, Jim. If you run them through Apache, the url
> /mailman/listinfo/<list> runs a script called listinfo in the cgi-
> directory, with the argument <list>.
> In Apache, you need a line in your httpd.conf file that sets a
> scriptaliasto that cgi-bin directory, essentially like so:
> ScriptAlias /mailman/ /home/mailman/cgi-bin/
> Alias /pipermail/ /home/mailman.cg
> These two directives are in fact in the installation instructions
> if you
> follow them to the letter. After you make these entries, you need
> to send
> Apache a SIGHUP (kill - SIGHUP httpd's pid running as root) or on
> newerApache installations, "/usr/locait to reread its configuration
> Good luck!
> Dave Klingler
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