Subject: Re: UNPRIVILEGED Goes Where?, How Many?, HFS+, RHEL3 Issue(s)
To: thoran <email@example.com>
From: Jeremy C. Reed <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/11/2005 16:38:58
On Sat, 12 Nov 2005, thoran wrote:
> in the Title! I haven't tried to put that anywhere as yet either
> because if I do know to put it in etc/mk.conf, then how do I tell the
> pkgtools where to find it? Do I do this with one of the bootstrap
> options? There is even less on UNPRIV instructions than on general
> Linux bootstrapping---I have two problems: Linux and UNPRIV!
The end of the bootstrap script will tell you where the mk.conf is
> As for MacOSX, I thought that it explicitly would not run:
> shiny:/pkgsrc/bootstrap root# ./bootstrap
> ===> bootstrap command: ./bootstrap
> ===> bootstrap started: Sat Nov 12 10:47:57 EST 2005
> Working directory is: work
> ===> running: /usr/bin/sed -e 's|@DEFAULT_INSTALL_MODE@|'0755'|'
> files/install-sh.in > work/install-sh
> ===> running: /bin/chmod +x work/install-sh
> ===> Testing file system case sensitivity
> ===> running: /bin/sh work/install-sh -d -o root -g wheel
> "/usr/pkg" needs to be on a case-sensitive filesystem (see
> shiny:/pkgsrc/bootstrap root#
> I should at least have the option to have a go, shouldn't I? Can I
> override this?
It is in the README and also ./bootstrap --help.
> As for RHEL3, how do you wish for me to send you a password for the
> RHEL3 server? (Obviously I won't send that to the list!) I will also
> do the bug report unless you'd rather, but it might be good for me to
> know where to put it.
Feel free to contact me off-list.
Jeremy C. Reed
technical support & remote administration