[Mailman-Users] Archives Forbidden
bronto at csd-bes.net
Mon Jun 9 06:25:49 CEST 2008
Hey, maybe so. I wasn't aware of it, but the packages
libselinux1 2.0.55-0ubuntu4 and
are installed. I'll look in to it.
Steven Stern wrote:
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> On 06/08/2008 05:30 PM, Rob Brandt wrote:
> | I have a new installation I'm testing. I'm on a fresh install of
> | ubuntu, mailman compiled from scratch.
> | Mostly working now, but the mailing list public archives are show as
> | forbidden in my browser. The data is actually there in the folders,
> | stored in private and symlinked to public. I've run permissions check
> | and everything is OK (it says). What's my trouble? When I browse to
> | the pipermail folder it doesn't even list the public & private folders.
> | Public (at least) is set to read by all.
> | Rob
> Is Ubuntu using SELinux? If so, you'll probably need to use audit2allow
> to create aplicy to allow it to read the archives.
> - --
> ~ Steve
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