[pkg-horde] Bug#726187: Bug#726187: Bug#726187: Provice empty conf.php and conf.bak.php (writeable for ww-data)
math.parent at gmail.com
Fri Oct 25 08:14:35 UTC 2013
2013/10/25 Mike Gabriel <mike.gabriel at das-netzwerkteam.de>:
>> - 1. Installaing a bundle  (php-horde-webmail or -groupware) and
>> running the included script (webmail-install or groupware-), or
> Will these scripts then provide the empty conf.*php files?
They will provided *filled in* configuration.
>> - 2. configuring thru the web interface + download + chown root + chmod
> That is really awkward (copy+pasting conf files from the webbrowser to the
> file system).
This is not copy-pasting but download + scp.
I agree this is awkward. We can put 3 before 2.
>> - 3. creating those 2 files + chown ww-data + configuring thru the web
> My favourite would be, to provide conf.php and conf.bak.php in the
> webmail-/groupware-install scripts. Actually, we could add a query if the
> admin wants to create those files or not.
> What do you think?
webmail-/groupware-install are upstream scripts. Maybe we can provide
our own script (horde-writeable-config or something) that touch and
make writable all those files (in every app)?
So the ReADME will look like:
- 1. Installaing a bundle  (php-horde-webmail or -groupware) and
running the included script (webmail-install or groupware-) ; or
- 2. creating those 2 files per app owned by ww-data (done with
the horde-writeable-config script) and configuring thru the web
interface ; or
- 3. configuring thru the web interface + download + chown root + chmod
>> Mike, don't hesitate to directly commit to git.
> I have just applied for membership in pkg-horde on Alioth.
More information about the pkg-horde-hackers