[Mailman-Users] Archives in HTML?

Jim Hale jim-ml at halemail.dyndns.org
Thu Jan 16 15:25:40 CET 2003

I shoulda just waited. :)

Someone sent a message to one of my lists and it automatically took care
of the Archives. :)

Now I need to learn how to customize the display in Mhonarc - which as
they say at the end of some movies, 'But that is another story...'

Thanks for the help! :)

Jim Hale
'The OS Tells The PC What To Do With Itself" - Me, 1990
Visit Our MIDI & Digital Audio Website at http://hale.dyndns.org 

-----Original Message-----
From: mailman-users-bounces+jim-ml=halemail.dyndns.org at python.org
[mailto:mailman-users-bounces+jim-ml=halemail.dyndns.org at python.org] On
Behalf Of Matthew Davis
Sent: Wednesday, January 15, 2003 10:31 PM
To: Jim Hale
Cc: 'Mailing List - Mailman'
Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] Archives in HTML?

* Jim Hale (jim-ml at halemail.dyndns.org) wrote:
> Believe me - I'M the ignorant one when it comes to this. :)

Then there's only one thing to do, and thats learn :)

> The SME Server is just a distribution of Linux (www.e-smith.org) that 
> has all the stuff built in to run everything for web that you 
> configure via a web interface. The 'specialized' version of stuff I 
> was talking about was just packaged by another SME Server user that 
> places the files where they need to be for THAT particular 
> distribution - hence the files aren't in the 'usual' place per the 
> installation instructions for mhonarc.

Alright, that makes some more sense.

> Like, my archives are located in /opt/mailman/archives and mhonarc is 
> located in /opt/mailman/mhonarc instead of /var/mhonarc. So I'm all 
> confused. :/

So the previous instructions should still work.  Just output the mhonarc
web files to the location you want on your web server.

| Matthew Davis /\ http://dogpound.vnet.net/ |
| Wednesday, January 15, 2003 / 11:29PM      |

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