Subject: Re: pkgsrc as non-root?
To: Jeremy C. Reed <email@example.com>
From: Pierre Bourgin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/07/2003 18:20:57
Jeremy C. Reed a écrit:
> On Sun, 5 Oct 2003, Pierre Bourgin wrote:
>>So the packages built by your method, are they usable to be installed in
>>the regular way, I mean by root in PKG_DBDIR=/var/db/pkg and
>>LOCALBASE=/usr/pkg or are they only usable by the user used to build them ?
> No. Unless the admin gives your permission to write to those directories.
> They are usable by anyone (by using full path or setting the PATH).
> (Unless you make the files unreadable/unexecutable by others.)
... sorry, I'm not clearly understand what you meant ( ... english as a
foreign language) :(
If I build a foo package as normal user "bourgin" in my $HOME directory and
so create a foo-1.0.tgz binary package, will I be able to install this
foo-1.0.tgz binary package on a another machine in the "regular" way, I mean
as root ?
No problem of who owning files and dir. for instance ?
I'm interested because I see (if I understand well) your building method
as a way to use to "builder" & tester package user (the no-special-rights one),
instead of building packages directly as root as I'm doing currently
(on my prod. server ...)
Thanks for your precision about it.