Subject: chrooted bind-8.3.4 problem ("can't make tmpfile...")
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Rhialto <email@example.com>
Date: 01/05/2003 16:39:38
Jan 5 14:29:19 azenomei named-xfer: can't make tmpfile (knuffel.net.cache.10641a): Permission denied
I got the above log message from pkgsrc bind-8.3.4, which is running
chrooted. It does not mention the full path name but I presume it is
something like /tmp/... since /var/tmp exists in the chrooted area.
Earlier I had to change this in my /etc/rc.conf:
since otherwise it would try to use /usr/pkg/etc/namedb/named.conf.
I also needed to make a symlink from /var/chroot/named/usr/pkg to . - I
think this was to get /usr/pkg/libexec/named-xfer to be found.
I suppose I'll add a symlink from /tmp to var/tmp and see if that helps.
All this seems rather surprising for a pkg that is supposed to replace a
system-supplied program due to a serious security issue (NetBSD Security
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