[Mailman-Users] command listinfo not in docroot (10005)
dave at 3rdValve.net
Sat Nov 28 12:35:45 EST 2015
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I added a symlink under "DocumentRoot" (which is specified as /var/www/html
on my system), so the link is "/var/www/html/*mailman-cgi-bin*" , and
added a ScriptAlias in httpd.conf to point there:
ScriptAlias /*mailman*/ "/var/www/html/*mailman-cgi-bin*/"
After adding the alias, I restarted apache: "apachectl restart"
Still no luck.
When I attempt to access the ~/*mailman*/listinfo page, I still get the
"InternalAccessError" and this line in suexec_log:
"command listinfo not in docroot (10005)"
What could I being doing wrong here?
On Sat, Nov 28, 2015 at 11:30 AM, Dave Arndt <dave at 3rdvalve.net> wrote:
> After installing mailman (with yum), I get an error when attempting to
> access the listinfo page:
> "Internal Server Error"
> Inspecting the logs in httpd, I see this in suexec-log:
> command listinfo not in docroot (10005)
> I do NOT have the option of disabling suexec.
> After considerable time spent looking into this, it seems that I need to
> have mailman installed under "DocumentRoot", which on my host appears to be
> Further reading indicates that i cannot use the "installroot" option on
> yum to change the installation root directory, UNLESS I've created my own
> custom RPM. That rules that out.
> So now, I'm resorting to 100% manual installation...
> My questions are:
> 1) Am I taking the right approach in solving this problem? That is, by
> installing under docroot, will it address the Apache suexec problem we're
> 2) If docroot is /var/www/html, do i create the mailman directory
> *directly* beneath the /var/www.html folder? i.e. - /var/www.html/mailman
> (that just doesn't seem right...?)
> Is there some other way to solve this problem? (Very difficult package to
> get installed and running, unless your a huge linux/mailman guru, I
> - da
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