[Solution] [Mailman-Users] Newbie - Bug in mailman 2.0.5
Rocio Alfonso Pita
rozio at universalsupport.com
Tue Jul 10 18:57:33 CEST 2001
I'd found my problem. I had user mailman and group mailman in my
directories, so apache has not permissions. I change it by user nobody
and group nobody and it works fine.
Geert Altena wrote:
> Quoting Rocio Alfonso Pita, <rocio at universalsupport.com>:
> > I'd installed python-1.5.2-13 and mailman 2.0.5. I have zmailer and
> > apache 1.3.14. I'd installed mailman while I read INSTALL.
> > My problem is: how I begin it?
> > I'd created entries in aliases with newlist and I write in netscape:
> > http://my_url/mailman/admin because I think that is beginning. Answer is
> > follow: "Bug in Mailman version 2.0.5. We're sorry, we hit a bug! Please
> > inform the webmaster for this site of this problem. Printing of
> > traceback and other system information has been explicity inhibited, but
> > the webmaster can find this information in the Mailman error logs"
> What are the files in /path/to/mailman/logs saying? According the error
> message there should be info regarding the error in it.
> Did you run 'newaliases' or the Zmailer equivalent ('zmailer newaliases'
> Did you run /path/to/mailman/bin/check_perms to see if all permissions
> are okay?
> (btw: what OS/distribution are you running? It looks like you've installed
> Python from package and Mailman from source.)
> Geert Altena | Geert at arago.utwente.nl | Coffee, black, no sugar
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