[Mailman-Users] installation - which files linked from http?
billc_lists at greenbuilder.com
Wed Mar 12 06:57:07 CET 2008
At 6:48 AM -0700 3/11/08, Mark Sapiro wrote:
>>It isn't clear to me which files in my Mailman directory get
>>symlinked from my http directory.
>Assuming you are using Apache or some similar web server, the answer is
>none. The archives have static HTML pages which may, in the case of a
>public archive, by accessed via something like (for Apache)
>Alias /pipermail/ /path/to/mailman/archives/public/
>Everything else is served by CGI scripts which are accessed via
>wrappers via something like (for Apache)
>ScriptAlias /mailman/ /path/to/mailman/cgi-bin/
Yes, apache2 with Postfix.
Ok, that makes sense now. Apache and Postfix have been restarted,
but unfortunately I'm not connecting.
Mailman list has been created.
Testlist and testlist2 have been created.
All three are in archives/private/
The "Your new mailing list: testlist2" email was sent and received.
I'm getting /mailman/admin/testlist2 was not found on this server,
and similar for all other URLs I've attempted.
I'm running virtual domains, in case that makes a difference.
Obviously I'm missing something somewhere. Any clues gladly welcomed.
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