It seems that mock currently requires /var/lib/mock to be sgid mock, at
least when run by mortal users. I know that older (perhaps much older)
versions of mock did not require this.
I have previously seen problems where the sgid bit on directories could
propagate into built packages. However, a casual attempt to recreate
this fails. Perhaps there has been a fix in rpm for this. Does anyone
know for sure?
Hi all. I started playing with Koji recently to implement a build
system for our internal RPMs. While I'm decently experienced as a
system admin and developer, I tend to take some things too literally
or a myriad of other newbie-esque behaviors when reading through
how-to guides. Thanks to a few people (such as dgilmore and mbonnect,
and a few others) on #koji i've mostly bashed my way through. I
decided I would try to be helpful and attempt to make some changes to
the wiki to make things a tad clearer for others with the same
Anyway... to skip to the point. I made a copy of the page and made an
initial set of changes. You can view the changes here:
I made sure to apply an original copy before making changes so that
the compare function is readily available. I did add a few TODO
comments if anyone would like to comment. I think I need to add one
or two more, but i'm going to step back and re-read it in a bit to try
and catch anything I might have meant to do but forgot.
the file that creates the language dialog is iw/language_gui.py
for locale in self.instLang.available():
iter = self.listStore.append()
later it highlight one language by default
current = self.instLang.getLangNameByNick(self.instLang.getCurrent())
iter = self.listStore.get_iter_first()
if self.listStore.get_value(iter, 1) == current:
I used pungi and in the .ks file I set the language to ar_JO.UTF-8 but the
highlighted language is still English
and in /usr/share/system-config-keyboard/keyboard_gui.py
if self.modelStore.get_value(iter, 0) == default
it did not obey the .ks
how can I fix this ?
while reading anaconda code I noticed that it receives --lang who pass it
to anaconda ?
it seems that anaconda do not have those values hardcoded to English, so
where and how this is configurable ?