[Mailman-Users] Yum install of mailman on CentOS 5

Timm Stamer timm.stamer at uni-oldenburg.de
Mon Jul 14 09:40:25 CEST 2008

Hi Duncan,

is SELinux enabled?

[root at box root]# getenforce

If SELinux is enforcing set it temporary into permissive mode by

[root at box root]# setenforce 0

and check your webinterface again.


Mark Sapiro schrieb:
> Duncan Drury wrote:
>> After bringing the RedirectMatch ^/mailman[/]*$
>> http://www.example.com/mailman/listinfo directive into my vhost directive
>> block, listinfo also started working.  I think that the mailman.conf file
>> created by the rpm might work fine on a server where there is only a single
>> domain, but not for those hosting other websites.
> It shouldn't matter. In my installation, I have
> RedirectMatch ^/mailman[/]*$  /mailman/listinfo
> in the main configuration prior to any VirtualHost blocks, and it works
> just fine for the main server and all virtual hosts. I don't specify a
> scheme or a host in my redirect target which just defaults them to the
> scheme and host of the original URL which is more appropriate in a
> virtual host environment - you don't want to redirect
> http://virt1.example.com/mailman to
> http://virt2.example.com/mailman/listinfo - but I don't think that
> difference should cause the problem you see. (I have reported this
> latter situation at
> <https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=455185>).

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