[Mailman-Users] Installation/Config Problems
Jeff.Pelkey at titan.com
Mon May 23 22:18:35 CEST 2005
Thanks. I already had all of that in mm_cfg.py prior to creating the list. The fix_url used in the withlist script fixed the problem with the initial mailing list "mailman", but the /mailman/create page still shows the form posting to the 8000 port.
Any ideas about how to resolve this issue?
From: Mark Sapiro [mailto:msapiro at value.net]
Sent: Monday, May 23, 2005 3:19 PM
To: Pelkey, Jeff; mailman-users at python.org
Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] Installation/Config Problems
Pelkey, Jeff wrote:
>With the squid problem, I have tried a couple of different options with little success to point to the correct DEFAULT_URL_PATTERN and when I use the '%s' param it appends port 8000 and everything is pointed to port 8000 which is squid's httpd_accel_port. When I try to put in the FQDN 'http://myserver.domain.com/mailman' in mm_cfg.py, I get an error message on the webpage. Who do I send the bug information too?
You should not be changing DEFAULT_URL_PATTERN unless you want things
like a port or https instead of http. You need to make sure you have
the right values for DEFAULT_URL_HOST (probably 'myserver.domain.com')
and DEFAULT_EMAIL_HOST, and if they aren't correct in Defaults.py, you
need to redefine them in mm_cfg.py and then add
following the definitions for DEFAULT_URL_HOST and DEFAULT_EMAIL_HOST.
DEFAULT_HOST_NAME and DEFAULT_URL are deprecated and should not be
changed from their default assignments of None.
If all this is correct and you still have problems, you may need to run
fix_url.py against the existing lists.
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San Francisco Bay Area, California better use your sense - B. Dylan
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