No Such List Mailman Error
I have tried both the site admin and list creatorpasswords, I have tried resetting them to new passwords, nothing works.Can someone point me in the direction I should look to resolve Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Any new list has the sameissue, web administration fails, only with "admin.py access fornon-existant list: whatevernewlistname".This has to be a case of the web server not being able to access thelists/ I created it as defined in the installation manual, it sent an email to the given email address, and it appears to work properly on the email exchanging side of things.
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It saysthe list does not exist.If I create a new list with the command line, again it sends out theappropriate email to the new list administrator. If not, it wasn't SELinux, golook elsewhere. Should this mean that the list still exists? If you'd like to contribute content, let us know.
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- When I execute"list_lists" all the lists I have created are displayed as expected.However, if I go to http://mydomain.com/mailman/admin/mailman at the topof the mailman page it says "No such list mailman" same
- I followed theinstallation document and everything went fine, except this one problem.I can create lists (such as the mailman list) and mailman emails thegiven user to let them know about the
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- Thomas Chan (t-chan123) said on 2010-07-13: #4 In the "Mailing lists" menu within cpanel, the list name is still present.
When I access the admin page via http://domain/mailman/admin/listname_domain, the message "No such list [list name]" appears instead of the login window. It appears that it probably was deleted. Jorge Well-Known Member Joined: Feb 19, 2003 Messages: 48 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 6 I have a customer who have their mailing list created from awhile, but sudelly, now, when If you have SELinux available you should try to make sure it'senabled to protect yourself.Note: Vendors who are shipping SELinux have crafted security policies tomatch their distributions, e.g.
You'll either have tocraft your own policy to match and properly label all system objects(files, sockets, etc.), disable SELinux, or use the vendors mailmanpackage (by the way this applies to everything Contact Us - Advertising Info - Rules - LQ Merchandise - Donations - Contributing Member - LQ Sitemap - Main Menu Linux Forum Android Forum Chrome OS Forum Search LQ Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Presumably, if a list is removed via cPanel, it will no longer appear in the "Mailing lists" menu., but there are other ways a list can be accidentally or deliberately removed
Stay logged in Plesk Forum Home Forum > Older Products Discussion > Older Panel Software Versions > Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older > Go to plesk.com | documentation | You might try running mailman/bin/check_perms and if there are problems run it again with the -f argument to "fix" Also make sure what you used as --with-cgi-id --with-cgi-gid when you built I created it as defined in the installationmanual, it sent an email to the given email address, and it appears towork properly on the email exchanging side of things. Are the files in mailman/cgi-bin suid mailman and group mailman?
If I viewthe error log, it says "admin.py access for non-existent list:mailman". I am able to setup a new mailing list and that works fine, but it would be a real hassle to start another list. Having a problem logging in? Mark Sapiro Re: [Mailman-Users] "No such list mailman"...
Question information Language: English Edit question Status: Answered For: GNU Mailman Edit question Assignee: No assignee Edit question Last query: 2010-07-13 Last reply: 2010-07-13 Related bugs Link existing bug Related FAQ: If bin/check_perms finds no problems, maybe its a SELinux issue. -- Mark Sapiro The highway is for gamblers, San Francisco Bay Area, California better use your sense - B. thanks so much. Mailman Problem -- No Such List Exists Started by Ecoli, Jul 29 2004 05:43 PM Please log in to reply 2 replies to this topic #1 Ecoli Ecoli Family Friend Members
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Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. You'll need to look for "avc: denied"messages. I followed the > installation document and everything went fine, except this one problem. > > I can create lists (such as the mailman list) and mailman emails the > given Can somebody of you help me?
If there is one there, verify that "/usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/mailman/bin/dumpdb path/to/config.pck" can successfully dump the contents of the list's configuration. I did a ./configure --with-cgi-id=apache --with-cgi-gid=apache as that is what is given in my apache configuration for group and user, followed by a 'make' and 'make install'.