[Mailman-Users] mailman error

Mark Sapiro msapiro at value.net
Tue Dec 6 18:37:33 CET 2005

Hermidio A. Rodriguez Chavez wrote:

>friend's i have a new situation for you, i have installed a new
>mailman, and when i try to see my list over the web, i receiving the
>same error," No such list admins-list", when i try
>[root at mail ~]# /usr/lib/mailman/bin/list_lists
>3 Las siguientes listas de distribución coinciden:
>   Admins-list - [descripción no disponible]
>       Mailman - [descripción no disponible]
>       Windows - [descripción no disponible]
>when i
>[root at mail ~]# /usr/lib/mailman/bin/withlist -l -r fix_url Mailman
>Importando fix_url...
>Ejecutando fix_url.fix_url()...
>Cargando la lista mailman (bloqueado)
>Guardando la lista
>[root at mail ~]#

If this is going to help at all, it should probably be

/usr/lib/mailman/bin/withlist -l -r fix_url admins-list

>i have the same error again,
>i have that configuration on my conf
>DEFAULT_URL_HOST = 'mail.ipiscmg.rimed.cu'
>DEFAULT_EMAIL_HOST = 'listas.ipiscmg.rimed.cu'

I can't find an address for listas.ipiscmg.rimed.cu in DNS, although
that probably isn't your problem, it prevents me from trying.

What does

ls -l /usr/lib/mailman/lists/

(or wherever the var-prefix data are) show? In particular, are the
directory names all lower case as

  ...  admins-list
  ...  mailman
  ...  windows

and is the ownership and permissions the same? If you look in the
admins-list directory, is there a config.pck and config.pck.last with
ownership and permissions like the ones in mailman and windows?

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