was working ok (as 2.1.2) earlier this week, but now the web interface
seems broken. (I thought an upgrade would fix it, but it didn't.) The
main lists page comes up ok ( http://lists.cgi101.com/mailman/listinfo/
), however clicking on any of the individual lists (e.g,
http://lists.cgi101.com/mailman/listinfo/announcements ) results in a
"Forbidden - you don't have permission to access
/mailman/listinfo/announcements on this server". I'm stumped; it'd seem
like if there were a permissions problem it'd kill the main listinfo
page too, but it only seems to affect the subpages.
I built Mailman from scratch, specified the appropriate web user for
this site, ran check_perms -f, and now check_perms says "no problems
The only info in the apache log is:
[Sat Dec 6 21:18:22 2003] [error] [client 18.104.22.168] access to
There is no error message in the syslog.
Currently I'm using apache 1.3.29 with a lot of other drek compiled in
(including suexec, although this particular domain/directory is not set
up to run as any other user but the web user, so I wouldn't expect
suexec to be an issue here). The web config directives are:
Allow from from all
ScriptAlias /mailman/ /home/mailman/cgi-bin/
Alias /pipermail/ /home/mailman/archives/public/
Anyone have any ideas as to why it's refusing to cooperate?
Jackie Hamilton (kira at lightsphere.com)