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RE: using import and groups


From: Haskins, Russell
Subject: RE: using import and groups
Date: Mon, 02 Oct 2000 16:51:19 -0700

Martine Andrews (address@hidden) supplied an answer to this problem
some time ago, here is the extract:

>Yes - I worked around this problem by changing those directories at compile
>time:
>
>./configure --prefix=$target \
>        --with-LOCKDIR=/var/lock/cfengine \
>        --with-LOGDIR=/var/log/cfengine  
>
>I believe the 1.6 (still test) releases have fixed this problem.

Russ...

-----Original Message-----
From: Andrew Mayhew [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: Monday, October 02, 2000 4:36 PM
To: Michael Coffman
Cc: address@hidden
Subject: Re: using import and groups


On Sat, Sep 30, 2000 at 12:26:48AM -0600, Michael Coffman wrote:
[snip]
Can't really help with the NIS netgroup importing issue, but I can at
least answer the second question.

> BTW:  Is there a version of cfengine that lest me define the Lock and Log
> directories in the conf file?  I am using 1.5.4 and I have to hand edit
the
> conf.h file to set these values.

According to my documentation, within the control section you should
be able to define the Lock and Log directories as follows:
control:
        LockDirectory = ( /some/path/to/place/locks )
        LogDirectory = ( /some/path/to/log/to )

And that should work in 1.5.3 as well as 1.5.4.

> -MichaelC
> ------------------------------------------------------------------
> -- Life is lived forward but understood backward.

Hope that helps.
--Andrew Mayhew <address@hidden>

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