[Mailman-Users] Server Migration

Dennis Putnam dap1 at bellsouth.net
Fri Feb 14 10:49:35 EST 2020

Hi Mark,

Another issue with these servers. The admin says 'pip3' was used to
install mailman. I thought 'pip' was a python installer. Unfortunately I
cannot find where it put the stuff. So the documentation that specifies
$prefix is of no use since I don't know what that is. This is RHEL so
does anyone know where things wind up? Specifically I'm looking for all
the icons to copy to my httpd directory. TIA

On 2/13/2020 3:40 PM, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> On 2/13/20 11:36 AM, Dennis Putnam wrote:
>> Hi Mark,
>> Sorry for being a PITA but I can't find manage.py. Indeed I can't find
>> any mailman files other than in /opt/mailman which has no /bin.
>> Apparently version 3 uses different directories than what I've been
>> using (/usr/lib/Mailman and /var/lib/mailman).
> It's probably not called manage.py in your installation. In a 'default'
> Django install, manage.py is the name of the Django administratitve
> command. In your case, it could be called django-admin or something else
> depending on how Postorius/HyperKitty were installed.
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