[torqueusers] torque on debian
steffen_moeller at gmx.de
Tue Jul 3 08:55:49 MDT 2007
On Tuesday 03 July 2007 14:00:04 Bas van der Vlies wrote:
> Steffen Moeller wrote:
> > Hi Bas,
> > On Tuesday 19 June 2007 13:53:00 Bas van der Vlies wrote:
> >> Steffen Moeller wrote:
> >>> On Thursday 15 February 2007 18:34:48 Bas van der Vlies wrote:
> >>>> Marc Noguera wrote:
> >>>>> I see the problem. /usr/local belong to group staff (gid 50) which
> >>>>> has write permissions. Moreover, it has the group execute and SGID
> >>>>> are set on this dir so torque inherits them.
> >>>>> This staff group thing and permissions is a debian feature, I guess.
> >>>>> I moved prefix to /opt/torque and linked, just as Andrey. Now
> >>>>> everything works ok
> >>>> There is a torque_2_deb package available at:
> >>>> ftp://ftp.sara.nl/pub/outgoing/torque_2_deb.tar.gz
> >>>> Maybe you are interested.
> >>> We are. Is there any progress on the discussion if this package (or
> >>> ours or a merge) would be allowed to be distributed via the Debian main
> >>> distribution?
> >> Not that i am aware off. I am always open to discussion. I just posted
> >> the message for debian users that are searching for deb packages. Do our
> >> packages differ a lot or are they similar?
> > With "discussion" I was referring to the exchange of opinions on the
> > supercluster.org/clusterresources.com side, not between ourselves :-) I
> > do not care so much about which effort makes it into Debian, to me they
> > are all fine enough. Last time I looked, about two years ago, I preferred
> > your effort over mine. My student Daniel Bayer has independently come up
> > with yet another initiative which was superior to mine. We can easily
> > comaintain something via svn once this gets serious. What I am really
> > interested in is an OK from upstream to go ahead. Licensewise they
> > probably cannot veto it, but this is not the issue. Let's presume that I
> > have only missed the email sending the "OK" out, could whoever is
> > responsible please resend it?
> I am just back from vacation. Did you get a reponse?
Welcome back, nothing happened. Let us kindly presume the person deciding
on "resending" the "OK" to be out of office, too.
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