[Mailman-Users] Re: where is messages?
Rocio Alfonso Pita
rozio at universalsupport.com
Tue Jul 17 11:41:30 CEST 2001
sorry, sorry, sorry...
I read again instructions and I see underlining by me follow:
IMPERATIVE! IMPORTANT! DO THIS! YOU'LL BE SORRY IF YOU DON'T!
Set up the crontab entries. Mailman runs a number of cron jobs for its
basic functionality. You need to be user mailman (or whatever you
specified as --with-ownername) to perform this step. Add
$prefix/cron/crontab.in as a crontab entry by executing these commands:
% su - mailman
% cd $prefix/cron
% crontab crontab.in
I don't know why I didn't. I'm sorry.
Now, all works fine.
Thanks for endure me.
Rocio Alfonso Pita wrote:
> Hello again,
> I have a new problem... sorry.
> Messages are sent but where?? I send a subscription, I receive a
> request, I send the request and now messages goes out transport queue
> but where?? I don't receive nothing and i don't see message anywhere.
> Before, messages lies in transport queue because gid wasn't incorrect.
> I configure so: ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/mailman
> --with-mail-gid=0 --with-cgi-gid=nobody
> can you help me, please?
> TIA and regards,
> "Passswords are like underwear.
> You don´t share them, you don´t hang them on your monitor,
> or under your keyboard, you don´t email them, or put them on
> a web site, and you must change them very often."
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