Hail Gurus all!
My problem: As a new list owner, I want to change my password.
So I issue a config command, get back my old .config file, save
it to a file, edit the file by removing the mail headers, inserting
the appropriate newconfig command at the top, change the two places
where the password is given, and put EOF at the bottom.
I then shipped off the file to my majordomo. And here is my result
(with only the name of my E-list changed)
> >>>> newconfig my-new-list-name <mypassword>
> The new config file for my-new-list-name was NOT accepted because:
> unknown key |private_who| in file my-new-list-name.new.config at line 228
I don't get it. "private_who = yes" was in the old .config file, and
of course in the new one as well. I changed nothing within a country
mile of this line. A similar line is in all the other .config files
for all the other lists run at the site.
FWIW, I can subscribe to "my-new-list-name", and unsubscribe, and so can
others, and messages get sent to the list and propagated back out; so
things are working, as far as I can tell.
Can anyone tell me what is going on?
Alan McConnell If it can't be abused, it's not freedom.
Pixel Analysis If you don't like M$ cruft, run Linux -- it is
firstname.lastname@example.org easier than you think.