[CFT] net-im/ejabberd to 16.01
mazhe at alkumuna.eu
Mon Mar 7 19:20:07 UTC 2016
On Mon, 07 Mar 2016 12:27:11 +0530
ashish at FreeBSD.org (Ashish SHUKLA) wrote:
> On Sat, 5 Mar 2016 18:09:35 +0100, Matthieu Volat <mazhe at alkumuna.eu> said:
> | Ok, back on business!
> | My issue with the non-applied patchs is that those were not creates in the files subdir in ejabberd, but in a ejabberd/files subdir.
> That is likely due to the missing/incorrect, use of 'patch -pN'. I remember
> testing successful diff application before posting on the list, except for a
> 404-ing URL in one of my diffs.
Yeah, it was a simple patch -p0 call... But anyway, that won't matter for final distribution...
> | Regarding the pam module installation, it seems to be installed in :
> | /usr/local/lib/erlang/lib/ejabberd-16.01/lib/p1_pam-1.0.0/priv/bin/epam
> | But ejabberd at start will fail with :
> | 2016-03-05 17:52:49.297 [error] <0.394.0> Can't open file
> | "/usr/local/lib/erlang/lib/ejabberd-16.01/lib/erlang/lib/ejabberd-16.01/priv/bin/epam": enoent
> | So I guess it's not installed in the right place?
> I guess, although I don't see in the sources, where exactly it refer to this
> path, or even install the module. I'll check and get back to you.
I forgot to tell that I did not see it either, but I tried to put it manually and pam support was working.
> | Then, regarding the bash issue, I made some progress, but I still need
> | to test it a bit more to be sure it do not introduce new bugs (it's
> | not much, but I have to see if the kinda simple shell escaping
> | function equivalent I put is enough).
> These bash script changes could you contribute to upstream instead. I don't
> really wish to keep maintaining them downstream.
> ejabberd team has released 16.02 in the meantime, I'll work on updating to it
> instead. It works fine in my testing so far except for the PAM issue you've
> I'll post updated patch here for testing.
> Ashish SHUKLA | GPG: F682 CDCC 39DC 0FEA E116 20B6 C746 CFA9 E74F A4B0
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> stagnant.” (Recruit, Arakawa Under the Bridge)
> Sent from my Emacs
Matthieu Volat <mazhe at alkumuna.eu>
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