Changeset 992


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Timestamp:
Feb 22, 2008, 11:18:00 AM (10 years ago)
Author:
jrollins
Message:

fixed some typos.

Location:
trunk/cereal
Files:
4 edited

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  • trunk/cereal/debian/changelog

    r991 r992  
    11cereal (0.19-1) unstable; urgency=low
    22
    3   * added better support of non-default permissions on supervise directories
     3  * add better support for non-default permissions on supervise directories.
     4    They are now created in /var/lib/cereal/supervise/<session>, and should
     5    work with update-service and persist across reboots.
    46
    57 -- Jameson Rollins <jrollins@fifthhorseman.net>  Thu, 21 Feb 2008 21:56:12 -0500
  • trunk/cereal/fs/etc/cereal/cereal-admin.conf

    r982 r992  
    22
    33# If set to 'yes', session supervise directories will be made world
    4 # accessbile when the session is started. This lets all users test the
    5 # running state of registered sessions.  However, this may be a
    6 # security vulnerability on systems that do not respect FIFO file
    7 # permissions.
     4# accessbile.  This lets all users test the running state of
     5# registered sessions.  However, this may be a security vulnerability
     6# on systems that do not respect FIFO file permissions.
    87SUPERVISE_WORLD_ACCESSIBLE=yes
  • trunk/cereal/fs/usr/bin/cereal

    r943 r992  
    4747        failure "Session '$SESSION' not running."
    4848    elif ! can_attach "$SESSION" "$USER" ; then
    49         failure "You are not allowed to attach to session '$SESSION'."
     49        failure "You do not have permission to attach to session '$SESSION'."
    5050    fi
    5151
     
    102102Type 'cereal list' to list sessions."
    103103    elif ! can_follow "$SESSION" "$USER" ; then
    104         failure "You are not allowed to follow session '$SESSION'."
     104        failure "You do not have permission to follow session '$SESSION'."
    105105    fi
    106106
  • trunk/cereal/fs/usr/sbin/cereal-admin

    r991 r992  
    8484    # create logging infrastructure
    8585    mkdir -p -m 0750 "$SESSIONDIR/$SESSION/log/main"
    86     ln -s "$SHAREDIR/logrun" "$SESSIONDIR/$SESSION/log/run" 
     86    ln -s "$SHAREDIR/logrun" "$SESSIONDIR/$SESSION/log/run"
    8787    touch "$SESSIONDIR/$SESSION/log/main/current"
    8888    chmod 0640 "$SESSIONDIR/$SESSION/log/main/current"
    8989    chown -R "$LOGUSER" "$SESSIONDIR/$SESSION/log/main"
    9090    chgrp -R "$LOGGROUP" "$SESSIONDIR/$SESSION/log"
    91 
    9291
    9392    # create supervise directories
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