[Mailman-Users] error: site list is missing
pascal at dreissen.nl
Sun Mar 23 07:58:08 CET 2003
You have to create a site-wide list called mailman.
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From: "Todd" <Freedom_Lover at pobox.com>
To: <mailman-users at python.org>
Sent: Sunday, March 23, 2003 12:09 AM
Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] error: site list is missing
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> Erich Neuwirth wrote:
> > i am installing mailman 2.1.1 from source on debian (with postfix).
> > at the very last step of the installation,
> > when i try
> > bin/mailmanctl start
> > i get
> > site list is missing: mailman
> > can somebody tell me what i am doing wrong?
> Sure, you're not following the INSTALL file's instructions and creating a
> site-wide list. :)
> Though in fairness, it does seem that the instruction to create the
> site-wide list comes after the instruction to start mailmanctl. This
> has already been changed in CVS, so it should be included in MM 2.1.2 when
> that's released.
> > do i need to create a list before i can run mailmanctl start?
> Yes. See the docs and the list archives for more details. Barry posted a
> sample config file for the site-wide list not more than 24 hours ago.
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