Problem with cvs commit failed in cvs-freebsd setup
keramida at ceid.upatras.gr
Sat Jan 7 13:28:29 PST 2006
On 2006-01-08 02:24, Jose Liang <jliang at so-net.net.tw> wrote:
> The results of cvsd-buginfo are:
Very detailed information. Thanks for taking the time to gather it!
> cvsd 1.0.10 built with:
> ./configure --with-libwrap --prefix=/usr/local --build=i386-portbld-freebsd5
> .4 LDFLAGS= CFLAGS=-O -pipe CPPFLAGS= build_alias=i386-portbld-reebsd5.4
> RootJail /home/cvs/cvs
> Uid cvs
> Gid cvs
The group id which cvsd tries to set is 'cvs'. Nice so far.
> drwxr-xr-x cvs cvs 512 Jan 7 08:10 etc
> -rw------- cvs cvs 168 Jan 7 08:10 etc/master.passwd
> -rw-r--r-- cvs cvs 153 Jan 7 08:10 etc/passwd
> -rw-r--r-- cvs cvs 40960 Jan 7 08:10 etc/pwd.db
> -rw------- cvs cvs 40960 Jan 7 08:10 etc/spwd.db
You don't have an /etc/group file within the chroot environment.
This may be a problem, since the Perl scripts of the CVSROOT/ directory
will run "inside" the chroot, so they will not have access to user group
> Is there a any incorrect one that needs changing?
> Thanks a lot!
Try creating a minimal /etc/group file inside the chroot environment,
and see if this fixes the problem. If not, you may have to dig a bit
deeper into Perl stuff and add debugging code around the execution of
CVSROOT/commitcheck, i.e. by modifying CVSROOT/commitinfo to call a
script of your own, which prints more information about the process that
tries to invoke CVSROOT/commitcheck.
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