What happens if you remove "prefix" and set the path for the server
instance to ServerRoot? That's what we are doing for our acceptance
test (installing server instances apart from the binaries)...
SuiteSpotUserID = abartlet
Andrew Bartlett wrote:
On Tue, 2007-01-30 at 09:27 +1100, Andrew Bartlett wrote:
> On Mon, 2007-01-29 at 15:23 -0700, David Boreham wrote:
>> Andrew, I think you may have a stale previous install on the machine.
>> The fact that the installer wants to talk to a configuration DS is
>> a clue -- it won't do that in a bare-metal first server install.
>> That might also explain the permission stuff.
> I'm certain I do. And I expect to keep such stale installs, because
> this must be a reproducible, contained, self test environment.
> How do I convince Fedora DS that it's universe is to be found only
> inside a certain prefix?
> (I would really like something like the way we run OpenLDAP and Samba4
> itself, where we run some commands to prep the prefix, then run the main
> binary with a 'config file here' option. It then only every looks where
> that config file points).
I've moved up to FDS 1.1 on richm's advise, and am now stuck with the
behaviour of the 'prefix' command in the inf file:
See my attached file, which I thought would install the configuration
and data into the prefix, using the binaries in ServerRoot.
It seems to me that prefix is being appended unconditionally, and that
it still doesn't want to just put the configuration outside the
CGI /media/usbdisk/fedora-ds/prefix/lib/fedora-ds/ds_newinst failed with
1: here is the output:
error:could not create server samba4 - Could not
(No such file or director).
Error: could not
run /media/usbdisk/fedora-ds/prefix/lib/fedora-ds/ds_newinst: 1
Error: Could not create new directory server instance
Fedora-directory-devel mailing list