[Mailman-Users] Lists work, web doesn't.

Tess Snider malkin at terpalum.umd.edu
Sun Feb 16 17:38:49 CET 2003

On 15 Feb 2003, Jon Carnes wrote:

> There are a bunch of things to check - and you have probably already
> checked them:
>  - rights on the complete directory structure for Mailman (check each
> directory and subdirectory to make sure that apache can get to the cgi's
> and the lists).

I've used check_perms repeatedly.  There's a security cron job running
on my computer currently which keeps aggressively switching the
permissions on the mailman directory to something less dangerous, but
switching the permissions back to what they're supposed to be doesn't seem
to have any effect on the problem, whatsoever.  (I've tried it several
times, out of exasperation.)

>  - can you create a new list and access it?

New lists seem to behave exactly like the old ones.

>  - are you running straight http or https?

I'm running with defaults.

>  - what do the web legs say - any warnings or errors?

Nothing but some punk kid failing to compromise my system this morning.


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