We do this exact thing for our client base. Several of our clients run MJ
lists that we provide Majorcool as an admin frontend. Each of the clients
has a different domain (i.e. virtual). So in the config for MJ we have
separate cf files for each used by the aliases. For Majorcool you have to
setup different .sh files for each domain (i.e. virtual) that will generate
a different cgi that is specific for that domain. If you ever change the
lists (add/del) that MJ is severing you will have to run mj_key_cache
against the specific cf file for that domain. Hope this helps a little bit.
Robert T. Covell
President / Owner
Rolet Internet Services, LLC
[mailto:majordomo-users-owner@GreatCircle.COM]On Behalf Of Daniel Liston
Sent: Thursday, July 26, 2001 4:17 AM
To: Shena Delian O'Brien
Cc: MajorDomo Users
Subject: Re: MajorCool can't find correct lists dir
I don't know enough about majorcool to say with authority, but
it should be able to read/find the lists directory from the
majordomo.cf file for your virtual domain. You are using a
separate majordomo.cf for each domain right?
If majorcool is not smart enough for this, you will have to
patch/modify majorcool or it's config file so that is can.
Shena Delian O'Brien wrote:
> I installed MajorCool. Runs great. However....
> I run a cobalt RAQ. Every domain is a virtual server. I can't figure out
> to get MajorCool to read the appropriate majordomo lists directory for
> domain, although it *states* it has that capability.
> /usr/local/majordomo/lists is *not* where it's at! They're at:
> /usr/local/majordomo/www.darklock.com/lists etc.....
> how do I get Majorcool to recognize this structure?