On 10/20/14 14:43, Baptiste Daroussin wrote: > On Mon, Oct 20, 2014 at 02:33:20PM -0400, Nikolai Lifanov wrote: >> On 10/20/14 13:36, Rainer Duffner wrote: >>> >>>> Am 20.10.2014 um 10:19 schrieb David Chisnall <thera...@freebsd.org>: >>>> >>>> >>>> I presume that most of the relevant differences are for users / developers >>>> and not sysadmins? It's worth noting that GNU coreutils, tar, bash, and a >>>> load of other things are in the ports repository. I wonder if it's worth >>>> having a gnu-userland metaport, perhaps with something like the Solaris >>>> approach of sticking them all in a different tree so that you can just add >>>> that to the start of your PATH and have all of the GNU tools work by >>>> default. >>>> >>> >>> >>> They use chef. >>> The chef omnibus installer assumes there is a /bin/bash. Even the FreeBSD >>> version of it. Well, it least it did the last time I looked. Maybe this got >>> fixed in the meantime. >>> Which means that to „bootstrap“ a node, you’ve first got to install pkg on >>> it, install bash, symlink it to /bin/bash and then bootstrap the node. >>> Which kind of runs against the concept of doing everything via chef. >>> >>> >>> >> >> Hi from sysutils/ansible maintainer! >> >> The ansible port REINPLACE_CMDs away hardcoded paths at build time. This >> way managing FreeBSD "just works". Maybe chef can benefit from the same >> approach? >> > USES=shebangfix is there exactly for that. >
I USES=shebangfix, but it only fixes ~40% of path problems (although in a very neat and easy to use way). Hardcoded etcdir, module directory, man pages, etc. also need to be changed. > regards, > Bapt > _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-current-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"