[Glass] Problem with gsDeevKit_home AND seasidea installation

Dale Henrichs via Glass glass at lists.gemtalksystems.com
Mon Feb 29 09:38:46 PST 2016

On 02/28/2016 05:28 AM, Mariano Martinez Peck via Glass wrote:
> Dale,
> Last week I spent some hours trying to help a friend to get 
> gsDevKit_home working and then try with Seaside. This was in Ubuntu 14.
> The first problem we faced is that plenty of executable files were 
> actually downloaded (cloned via git) without execution permissions. 
> Files inside /utils did NOT have execution permission. That ended up 
> with a strange "permission denied" when trying to do the sudo of the 
> install prerequisites (from installServerClient). I have to manually 
> do chmod +x to files in /utils.
> Same for /private and for /gsdevkit/sys/default/gsdevkit_bin/ and same 
> for many other places we faced during installation.
Well I've never see this before ... we are doing a standard `git clone` 
and git is supposed to preserve the execution permissions on all files 
perhaps the settings on the user account you are using has some strange 
umask or other setup that is causing this kind of problem .... With 
something simple like executable files not being handled correctly I'd 
not be surprised that there will be additional failures ...

Using google, it appears that  `git config core.filemode true` might be 
needed but that implies that your friend may have other odd settings for 
git, so you might want to look at ~/.gitconfig and see what settings 
he's got.|
> The second problem is that we were not able to create a Seaside 
> server. Below is the error. I suspect the problem is the seaside 
> project was not updated to the latest changes of gsDevKit_home (I 
> guess `setupGsDevKit ` changed). This is error:
> marciano at marciano-virtual-machine:~/GsDevKit_home$ 
> installServerSeaside -c https -z 8383 segItemWeb 3.3.0
> =================
>    GsDevKit script: installServerSeaside -c https -z 8383 segItemWeb 3.3.0
>               path: 
> /home/marciano/gsdevkit/etc/GsDevKit_seaside31/bin/installServerSeaside
> =================
> =================
> *   GsDevKit script: setupGsDevKit -c https server 3.3.0
>               path: /home/marciano/gsdevkit/bin/setupGsDevKit
> =================
> wrong number of arguments (1 expected)*
> USAGE: setupGsDevKit [-h] [-c https | ssh ] [-o <organization-name>] 
> client|server|both
>   -h
>      display help
>   -c https | ssh
>      clone using https (https://github.com <https://github.com/>) or 
> ssh (git at github.com <mailto:git at github.com>).
>      https is the default.
>   -o <organization-name>
>      use <organization-name> instead of GsDevKit. Use this option when
>      you've cloned the todeClient project
>    setupGsDevKit -h
>    setupGsDevKit client
>    setupGsDevKit server
>    setupGsDevKit both
This is related to the fact that I haven't got around to porting that 
project to the latest version of GsDevKit_home ... I will have to run 
GsDevKit_seaside31 through travis and see what breaks ... I should have 
a patched version of the project later tonight or tomorrow morning ...

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