[Mailman-Users] mass subscribe

Todd Zullinger tmz at pobox.com
Sat Jan 19 19:59:37 CET 2008

Khalil Abbas wrote:
> I have a dedicated server with cent-OS .. I access my mailman using:
> http://www.mydoman.com/mailman/admin/listname
> based on the message below, a nice fellow answered my questions by:
> path-to-mailman/bin/....
> now I browsed my server using SSH but couldn't find the path to
> mailman anywhere, I automatically installed it using the control
> panel of my server.. but I don't know where I can find the path to
> mailman and the bin directory in it to run the commands! could
> anyone please help me?

You could find where mailman is installed in various ways, depending
on how your "control panel" installed it.  Some options you have

- use the locate or find commands to search for sync-members
- use rpm to query for the list of files in the mailman package (if
  your control panel installed mailman via an rpm
- try ~mailman/bin, as the bin dir is typically in the mailman users
  home directory

There are surely other ways to find this.  In the end, you really need
to be more familiar with your OS and how the software on it is

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