>Whenn I install new mailing list, it is not shown in Majorcool.
>In directory /path/majordomo is a file .majordomo_keys.
>Editing it manualy and inserting the string for new list do the thing.
>But why it dosn't became automatically?
That is a feature/benefit of Majorcool. I'm not too sure of all the
But, you should not have to manually edit the file.
I keep the following line in my computer scrapbook.
virtual /usr/local/majordomo/wrapper mj_key_cache
Everytime I change my config files (majorcool elements) or insert a new
list or two (snicker) -- I to the above line from the shell account via
telenet. Note, I'm on a virtual server -- so that is why there is the
first word. This line came to me from another list memeber who helped me
with my MC.
So, after you do the one line from the prompt, then all the data gets
upgraded and you don't have to edit any files.
I'm still waiting how to figure out the whole cron thing -- looking for a
good tutorial too. I think that a cron file would be the ticket to
updating your mj_key_cache every 12 hours or so. But, I'm not sure were
to begin there, like were to save the file even.
Speaking of MC, Could some of you take a look at this page (two step
process) and see how long it takes you to load each of these pages into
your browsers? Thanks!
Send me off-line info please: firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a huge table there, and I think the table is the cause for the
biggest delays. I'm going to try to speed things up on these MajorCool
pages here one way or another, and I'm looking for ideas. Early thoughts
- Putting the images into a lead-in page so that they load from cache
once the big page gets hit
- Getting a show-all lists at this site page to be created by MC -
daily - and then saved to disk without the table.
- Figuring out how to take the lists and put them into tables -- say
of only 10 lines however. Then there is more of a easier loading process
for the visitors.
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