[Mailman-Users] A glitch in Mailman??
tom at detroitonline.com
Fri Mar 17 22:43:47 CET 2006
Thanks for the reply and sorry if I wasn't overly clear. Each domain was
setup as --prefix=/home/sites/domainname.com/mailman
Each site has it's own cgi-bin but I did setup everything as
mailman:mailman for user:group. I'll see what I can do about upgrading
the 2.1.6 lists to 2.1.7 and see if that has any effect.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark Sapiro [mailto:msapiro at value.net]
> Sent: Friday, March 17, 2006 4:40 PM
> To: Tom Ray; mailman-users at python.org
> Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] A glitch in Mailman??
> Tom Ray wrote:
> >I'm running mailman on multiple sites (virtual mail server) and for
> >each installation I configured it for the domain inquestion
> only. The
> >last two installs that I did were with mailman 2.1.7 while
> the existing
> >ones were with 2.1.6. It appears that the mailing lists for all the
> >domains are working just fine but I'm running into a problem
> with the
> >web site side of it all.
> >All the domains installed with 2.1.7 are _not_ having any
> issues with
> >the web interface. However, all the domains setup with 2.1.6 are not
> >working. It claims there are no public lists to view and
> when I enter
> >the list to view (per the page's instructions) I'm being
> told the list
> >doesn't exist. It also says that the installed version is 2.1.7
> >Is there something I missed? I was under the impression that if I
> >configured each domain seperately it would not be an issue.
> Do I need
> >to run some sort of upgrade script on the sites using 2.1.6?
> This shouldn't be a 2.1.6 vs. 2.1.7 issue. It's hard to know
> what's goin on from your description, but is seems your
> separate installs are not as separate as you think.
> Is each domain's set of cgi-bin wrappers in it's own cgi-bin
> directory, and were each domain's wrappers compiled by a
> makefile configured with its own unique set of 'prefix' arguments?
> Were the 2.1.6 lists created in their current domains? If not
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