[Mailman-Users] install from scratch

John Dennis jdennis at redhat.com
Wed Oct 27 20:41:43 CEST 2004

Your best bet is the INSTALL file in the root of the tree (e.g. after
you unpack mailman-2.1.5.tgz). There are also some other README files
specific to particular OS's etc.

However you might find it easier to just install a prebuilt package for
your OS (e.g. rpm, debian package, etc., its up to you know your OS and
where to find packages for it) then all you have to do is configure.

You may also want to look at the doc here:
But note there isn't any build/install doc there, just useful "how do I
do this" kind of stuff, you'll also find an excellent FAQ there too.

On Wed, 2004-10-27 at 14:17, Nuno Carreiro-Ladeiras wrote:
> Hi All.
> Thanking you in advance, I would like someone to help me installing mailman.
> I have runned a 30mn research in the Web, Faqs, but I can´t find a tutorial
> that is easy to understand since I am not a programmer or even similar.
> The link that until now I can better understand is
> http://sxs.thexdershome.com/internet_serving/mailman.html
> However, still, I think I am not going to be able to install it following
> those instructions.
> Can anyone give me a easier link to do it? Like a "idiot´s guide" ;)
> Regards
> Nuno
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