[Mailman-Users] Web interface saves no settings or info!
Ted M Harapat
ted-mailman at mob.net
Wed Feb 20 00:00:56 CET 2002
I may be interested in those files. I'd love to determine what I'm doing wrong
with this setup though.
I tried clearing both the cookies and the cache locally and I even restarted
each of the browsers. That didn't work. So I booted up my linux workstation in
my cube and launced Netscape there after I set my /etc/hosts file to point that
hostname to that IP. That came up with the same problems. I should have known
that it would considering that lynx on the list server's CLI did that too. I'm
not sure what is stopping me. Especially considering that my version of 2.0.6
Mailman is on the very same version of linux (with different packages
installed) as this new 2.0.8 install.
I'll try some more things but I may write you to ask for those configurations
if all else fails.
Quoting Morgan Fletcher <morgan at hahaha.org>:
> Ted M Harapat <ted-mailman at mob.net> writes:
> > > > It all installed fine as always, and I made lists and sent some
> > > > to them. So it appeared to work. So I went to the web interface
> > > > start to configure them and add the users to the lists. Here's
> > > > the problem started. I put in all the info and hit "Submit Your
> > > > Changes" and it went to that next page as normal but none of my
> > > > changes were accepted. So I tried non-useradd features and the
> > > > thing happened... nothing was saving!
> > Actually, I am using IE 6.x for this.
> Try deleting your mailman-generated cookies and emptying your
> I am serving a list for a virtual domain. I've got apache and postfix
> up to serve the domain properly, including http://domain.xxx/mailman
> http://www.domain.xxx/mailman, and I've told the list to "prefer" that
> name and to use http://www.domain.xxx/mailman for the base URL.
> When I tried accessing that URL using the "real" hostname, the cookies
> broke and I had to delete them and empty my cache.
> Let me know if you'd like anything from my config files.
> FWIW, I'm using Mozilla 0.9.8 on Linux.
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