[Mailman-Users] Web interface went to Brazil for summer vacation?
arandall at auntminnie.com
Fri Jun 29 23:11:52 CEST 2001
Actually the Mailman software *is* installed into /home/mailman. I didn't change
the default, and the files all appear to be right there in /home/mailman where
they're supposed to be.
The document root for *Apache,* however, is /usr/local/apache/www/htdocs. (And the
server root for Apache is /usr/local/apache/www.) That was done well before
Mailman was installed, and the Mailman admin pages were working fine for weeks.
What part of httpd.conf would you like to see?
Fix one thing, break two others. It's like a Hydra, I swear...
Clark Cooper wrote:
> If you can not even get to the admin page, then I would state this as
> being a problem with your Apache and/or python setup. What does your
> Apache config file state?
> Also, I see that you are not installed into the default location
> (/home/mailman). Though this should not be a problem, be careful when
> configuring/compiling. :)
> On 29 Jun, Amanda wrote:
> > Clark Cooper wrote:
> >> What do the apache logs report?
> > Error_log reports:
> > [error] [client (ip address)] File does not exist:
> > /usr/local/apache/www/htdocs/mailman/admin/testlist
> > Access_log reports:
> > (when accessing on the local machine) "GET /mailman/admin/testlist HTTP/1.1"
> > 404 303
> > (when accessing from a remote machine) "GET /mailman/admin/testlist
> > HTTP/1.0" 404 291
> > ...which is what I'd expect it to say if the page was nonexistent.
> >> Also, can you get to http://foo.net/mailman/admin? If so, from there do
> >> you see your list
> >> and can you get to it?
> > Nope, and nope, and nope.
> > "Islam, Sharif" wrote:
> >> Did u update the aliases, by newalias? when you type new_list it creates
> >> some entry for alias file
> > Newalias might help fix mail-delivery problems if I were running sendmail.
> > :-) I am, however, not having a problem with mail-delivery, aliasing, or
> > sendmail.... qmail (my MTA) does have accurate lists of the aliases; the
> > problem is with the web interface.
> > =)
> > Amanda
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