[Mailman-Users] created private, then changed to public, lists not being advertised
Chad M. Stewart
chad at balius.com
Thu Nov 1 14:13:05 CET 2001
I built mailman using the following
./configure --prefix=/home/mailman \
I changed the system wide default to be private lists. I then setup a list
and changed it to be a publicly-advertised list, yet it does not show up.
I verified that the user under which the webserver runs has permissions to
read the var-prefix directory, to be really sure I allowed indexes on that
directory for a test, I could see them.
Here's the output from strings run over listinfo
<title>Mailman CGI error!!!</title>
<h1>Mailman CGI error!!!</h1>
The expected gid of the Mailman CGI wrapper did
not match the gid as set by the Web server.
<p>The most likely cause is that Mailman was
configured and installed incorrectly. Please
read the INSTALL instructions again, paying close
attention to the <tt>--with-cgi-gid</tt> configure
option. This entry is being stored in your syslog:
Failure to exec script. WANTED gid %ld, GOT gid %ld. (Reconfigure to take
Mailman cgi-wrapper (listinfo)
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