Cross post on purpose because people on -virtualization@ are likely more
familur with bhyve and it's requirements as well knowing what petitecloud
is and what it needs to do (the whole issue is without adding www to wheel
start/stop do not work from the webui)


On Wed, Jan 29, 2014 at 4:23 PM, Michael Dexter
<edi...@callfortesting.org>wrote:

>
> Wrong mailing list?
>
> Michael
>
> On 1/29/14 1:20 PM, Aryeh Friedman wrote:
> > I have the following line in my pkg-install:
> >
> > pw groupmod wheel -m www
> >
> > The reason is I have files that are created by a user account that also
> > gets made but are modified using it or tomcat... these particular files
> are
> > shell scripts that must run as root (they are for controlling bhyve and
> > other hyperv's as well as other rootly things like setting up and tarring
> > down nic's).... keep in mind also since almost all user level commands
> > (including those that trigger rootly actions) are run via the web and
> that
> > the data (except actual web content) should not be owned by www
> >
> > My gut says that the above while it works is almost certainly not the
> right
> > way to do it.
> >
>
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