[Mailman-Users] Error I couldnt find in archives
mark at msapiro.net
Mon May 11 15:49:03 CEST 2009
J.A. Terranson wrote:
> I just finished (well, I guess *almost finished*) a mailman build
>(2.1.12), and all seems well - except for a cron output which is being
>seen as a mailman moderation request.
Because the cron is run by 'mailman' so the output is mailed to
'mailman' which is delivered to the list. If you want it to go
MAILTO=user at example.com
or whatever address you want at the beginning of Mailman's crontab.
>The crucial message at the end of
>the traceback is:
>IOError: [Errno 13] Permission denied: '/usr/home/mailman/lists/spam-l/config.pck'
>which makes no sense, as the list is in use with subscribers, and seems
>fine except for this.
Is the 'mailman' user in the 'mailman' group?
Are permissions on /usr/home/mailman/lists/spam-l drwxrwsr-x and group
Are permissions on /usr/home/mailman/lists/spam-l/config.pck -rw-rw----
and group mailman?
Did you run bin/check_perms?
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