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Offline uggla

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Re: Wbar problem after recent updates
« Reply #15 on: March 11, 2012, 02:19:03 AM »
Removing sudo from update_system() in /usr/bin/tce-load solves this issue.

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update_system() {
if [ "$BOOTING" ]; then
[ "$MODULES" ] && sudo touch /etc/sysconfig/newmodules
else
[ "$THISAPP" != "$EXTENSION" ] || [ "$DOWNLOAD_ONLY" ] || [ "$LOAD_ONLY" ] || echo "$THISAPP" >> ../$ONBOOTNAME
if [ "$MODULES" ]; then
sudo depmod -a 2>/dev/null
sudo /sbin/udevadm trigger
fi
sudo /sbin/ldconfig 2>/dev/null
fi
if [ -x "$TCEINSTALLED"/$2 ]; then
if [ "$BOOTING" ] ; then
echo "$TCEINSTALLED"/$2 >> /tmp/setup.lst
else
#HERE >>                 sudo "$TCEINSTALLED"/$2
fi
else
touch "$TCEINSTALLED"/$2
fi
}

If sudo is needed by a command inside a tce.installed script then it should be handled by the script itself. Tce-load shouldn't run all tce.installed scripts as sudo.

Offline curaga

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Re: Wbar problem after recent updates
« Reply #16 on: March 11, 2012, 02:58:26 AM »
That would be breaking the tradition too much, all extensions expect it to run as root. Better fix the wbar startup script if it has an issue.
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