[Fwd: RE: [Mailman-Users] Removing lists]
dan.mick at sun.com
Tue Dec 17 08:11:13 CET 2002
No, Trevor, that's not the problem at all. The error message says
/usr/bin/env: No such file or directory
which means getting to rmlist wasn't the issue at all, and as Neil points
out, neither is getting to /usr/bin/env.
Neil, /usr/bin/env can't find Python; "python" must not be on your path.
You should fix that.
Trevor Lauder wrote:
> You are running a program not in your path, if you are in /home/mailman type
> ./bin/rmlist ciam
> You could also type:
> /home/mailman/bin/rmlist ciam
> from any directory and it would work too, or
> cd /home/mailman/bin
> ./rmlist caim
Neil Dombrowski said:
>> thanks for all the help, but still having problems. I run the command,
>> and I get 'no such file or directory'. The mailing list exists, and the
>> executable file /usr/bin/env exists. What is this telling me?
>> mailman at brak% pwd
>> mailman at brak% bin/rmlist ciam
>> /usr/bin/env: No such file or directory
>> mailman at brak% ls /usr/bin/env
>> 12 /usr/bin/env*
>> mailman at brak% head
>> bin/rmlist ~
>> #! /usr/bin/env python
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