[Mailman-Users] Mailman URL and listinfo
Fred Look and Brenda Carson
bree at wave.co.nz
Sun Oct 10 22:54:00 CEST 2004
I have sought guidence from this list several times on the problem i am
having but recieved no help.
Is it possible that I am somehow in breach of some list eticate and people
are just ignoreing me ?
or maby I am unique in being the only person on the planet with this problem ?
anyway here again is my question which is possibly related to this theme
(mailman URL and listinfo)
why do my list admin pages 2.1.5 while working fine from outside (ie
wont work properly when using the local network address (ie 192.168.x.x)
On Monday 11 October 2004 04:06, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> John Fleming wrote:
> Mark Sapiro wrote:
> >> John Fleming wrote:
> >> >I see my public lists when using mydomain.com/mailman/listinfo, but not
> >> >using www.mydomain.com/mailman/listinfo. I have the appropriate info
> >> > in
> >> >virtual host directive in mm_cfg.py. What else affects this? Thanks!
> >> > -
> >> VIRTUAL_HOST_OVERVIEW = On|Off
> >> in mm_cfg.py
> >> See article 4.17 in the FAQ: http://www.python.org/cgi-bin/faqw-mm.py
> >> --
> >> Mark Sapiro <msapiro at value.net> The highway is for gamblers,
> >Thanks for that, Mark, but it seems a bit more complicated:
> >1. First, I am using virtual hosts, and I would like my lists to be
> >domain-specific. Thus I need VIRTUAL_HOST_OVERVIEW to be ON. It turns
> > out that my mm_cfg.py file didn't contain that directive - (It must be ON
> > by default.) I did add it to my mm_cfg.py and turned it OFF. Of course,
> > all of my lists appeared, but I lost domain-specificity.
> >2. Seemingly contrary to the FAQ explanation, I only have the "problem"
> >for -one- of my domains. More specifically, with and without the www
> >domain1.com/mailman/listinfo ---- WORKS
> > www.domain1.com/mailman/listinfo ---- DOESN'T WORK
> >domain2.com/mailman/listinfo --- WORKS
> > www.domain2.com/mailman/listinfo ---- ALSO WORKS!!!
> > - - - and a couple of other virtual host domains also work either way,
> > with or without the www prefix. It's only the first (default) virtual
> > host that doesn't work with the www prefix. Maybe it's an Apache thing?
> > Any further thoughts? Thanks - John
> This problem has been resolved after an off list conversation.
> The solution was to run fix_url.py against the problem list. It appears
> that the problem list was somehow originally created with a
> web_page_url attribute like 'http://domain1.com/mailman/' instead of
> 'http://www.domain1.com/mailman/'. fix_url.py corrected that.
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