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#1024 desai fixed Broken link to Magic Groups

Link to Magic Groups on this wiki is broken.

#983 rcuza rcuza fixed Build Failing For osx Package

While trying to build the bcfg2 package for OS X I ran into the following error:

chown: $PATH/$FILE: Operation not permitted

A workaround is to run make as root (sudo make), but this is not desirable if it can be avoided.

To reproduce this error run the following:

$ git clone git://
$ git checkout v1.1.1
$ make

More detailed snippet of error log:

running install_egg_info
Writing osx/bcfg2pkg/Library/Python/2.6/site-packages/Bcfg2-1.1.1-py2.6.egg-info
/usr/sbin/chown -R root:admin "bcfg2pkg"
chown: bcfg2pkg/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/Current/share/bcfg2/Hostbase/repo/batchadd.tmpl: Operation not permitted
chown: bcfg2pkg/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/Current/share/bcfg2/Hostbase/repo/dhcpd.conf.head: Operation not permitted
chown: bcfg2pkg/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/Current/share/bcfg2/Hostbase/repo/dhcpd.tmpl: Operation not permitted

I've attached the full output of make to this ticket.

#434 desai jacques fixed Build mode not working. services still restarted.

When I use the -B option, the services are still started/restarted in 0.9.3pre6. I am pretty sure it comes from bcfg2 rather that apt-get/dpkg (debian) since I see /etc/init.d/??? calls in the -d output but in any case, it does break my systemimager setup.

The work around that I am using (it could be reused if the problem comes from dpkg) is to create a fake /usr/sbin/invoke-rc.d and /sbin/start-stop-daemon with dpkg-divert'ing all the modifications to a renamed version. This way no process are restarted and no filesystem ends up un-umountable.

That is obviously a plugin specific issue, but I also think that the bcfg2 should apply the package policy there, that is, not to call /etc/init.d directly but through the invoke-rc.d hook. One does not know what kind of magic may be plugged in that file on some systems and bcfg2-client can be pretty close to apt-get/dpkg in terms of end effects on the os. Feel free to disagree, but still...


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