Re: [fossil-users] /dev/null and /dev/urandom not available ?

2017-05-15 Thread Roy Keene
Maybe it should open /dev/null and /dev/urandom before chroot()'ing ? On Sat, 13 May 2017, Richard Hipp wrote: On 5/13/17, Olivier R. wrote: Hello, I?m running Fossil on Debian Jessie 8.2 (x86_64-debian-jessie-2016-04-06_15:26) at Scaleway.com (VC1S). In the admin

Re: [fossil-users] How to transfer/move/upload local repository to chiselapp.com

2017-05-15 Thread Roy Keene
I run ChiselApp.com now and have no plans to stop doing so -- it's viable I'd say ! On Sun, 14 May 2017, The Tick wrote: Sorry for all these questions. I ran across an exchange from 2013 (I think) that talked about chiselapp.com shutting down. Obviously it has not done so. What is the

Re: [fossil-users] How to transfer/move/upload local repository to chiselapp.com

2017-05-15 Thread Warren Young
On May 15, 2017, at 8:21 AM, Roy Keene wrote: > > what you are probably doing now is creating a new repo with the same project > code then pushing to that, which won't work out great. To clarify, one of the things Fossil does when it creates a new repository is to generate

Re: [fossil-users] /dev/null and /dev/urandom not available ?

2017-05-15 Thread Warren Young
On May 13, 2017, at 6:50 AM, Richard Hipp wrote: > > Are you running the commands above as root? …and if so, I would guess the only reason you’re running it as root is so that it can listen on port 80, in which case I *strongly* encourage you to bind Fossil to localhost on a

Re: [fossil-users] Minor bug with SEARCH command

2017-05-15 Thread Tony Papadimitriou
An alternate fix for [2d69772e] so that SEARCH without target behaves the same both from within an open repo, and with the –R option. if( g.argc<2 ) return; blob_init(, g.argc<3?"":g.argv[2], -1); ___ fossil-users mailing list

Re: [fossil-users] /dev/null and /dev/urandom not available ?

2017-05-15 Thread Richard Hipp
On 5/15/17, Roy Keene wrote: > Maybe it should open /dev/null and /dev/urandom before chroot()'ing ? That would be difficult to implement. -- D. Richard Hipp d...@sqlite.org ___ fossil-users mailing list

Re: [fossil-users] /dev/null and /dev/urandom not available ?

2017-05-15 Thread Joerg Sonnenberger
On Mon, May 15, 2017 at 09:15:02AM -0500, Roy Keene wrote: > Maybe it should open /dev/null and /dev/urandom before chroot()'ing ? At /dev/urandom doesn't need to be used on newer Linux systems, getentropy/getrandom provide the same service as system call. Joerg

[fossil-users] Where can I find a pre-compiled 32-bit Linux version?

2017-05-15 Thread Tony Papadimitriou
I need a pre-compiled 32-bit Linux version of the release fossil (The same Windows version says: This is fossil version 2.2 [81d7d3f43e] 2017-04-11 20:54:55 UTC) The download page only offers a 64-bit Linux version. (I’m locked out from being able to update either fossil or sqlite3 directly

Re: [fossil-users] How to transfer/move/upload local repository to chiselapp.com

2017-05-15 Thread The Tick
On 5/15/2017 9:21 AM, Roy Keene wrote: There is a way to upload the repository -- what you are probably doing now is creating a new repo with the same project code then pushing to that, which won't work out great. When you go to "Create Repository" there are 3 options: 1. Create a new

Re: [fossil-users] Where can I find a pre-compiled 32-bit Linux version?

2017-05-15 Thread Warren Young
On May 15, 2017, at 12:54 PM, Tony Papadimitriou wrote: > > I need a pre-compiled 32-bit Linux version of the release fossil > (The same Windows version says: This is fossil version 2.2 [81d7d3f43e] > 2017-04-11 20:54:55 UTC) Here: goo.gl/Tp7Foq It’s built on a 32-bit CentOS 5

Re: [fossil-users] /dev/null and /dev/urandom not available ?

2017-05-15 Thread Ross Berteig
On 5/13/2017 5:50 AM, Richard Hipp wrote: On 5/13/17, Olivier R. wrote: To launch the server, I simply type: fossil open repo.fossil nohup fossil server & Are you running the commands above as root? If so, Fossil will automatically put itself in a chroot

[fossil-users] crlf-glob

2017-05-15 Thread Thomas
Hello, Since this was causing us quite a lot of hassle I was wondering what's the reason to have a crlf-glob in the first place? Does it really matter in the 21st century if a line is terminated by CR, LF, or CR/LF anymore? Cheers Thomas ___

Re: [fossil-users] How to transfer/move/upload local repository to chiselapp.com

2017-05-15 Thread Javier Guerra Giraldez
On 15 May 2017 at 21:02, The Tick wrote: > That was exactly what I was doing -- after clicking 'Create Repository' my > focus was on the form and I was totally oblivious to the additional options > that had appeared. just for the record, in the "create repository" form,

Re: [fossil-users] How to transfer/move/upload local repository to chiselapp.com

2017-05-15 Thread Roy Keene
There is a way to upload the repository -- what you are probably doing now is creating a new repo with the same project code then pushing to that, which won't work out great. When you go to "Create Repository" there are 3 options: 1. Create a new repository; 2. Pull a repository from

Re: [fossil-users] crlf-glob

2017-05-15 Thread Warren Young
On May 15, 2017, at 4:16 PM, Thomas wrote: > > On 2017-05-15 23:09, Warren Young wrote: >> On May 15, 2017, at 3:27 PM, Thomas wrote: >>> >>> Does it really matter in the 21st century if a line is terminated by CR, >>> LF, or CR/LF anymore? >> >>

Re: [fossil-users] crlf-glob

2017-05-15 Thread Warren Young
On May 15, 2017, at 3:27 PM, Thomas wrote: > > Does it really matter in the 21st century if a line is terminated by CR, LF, > or CR/LF anymore? Notepad.exe in Windows 10 Creator’s Edition still only works properly with CR+LF. Since that’s the default handler for *.txt

Re: [fossil-users] crlf-glob

2017-05-15 Thread Thomas
On 2017-05-15 23:09, Warren Young wrote: On May 15, 2017, at 3:27 PM, Thomas wrote: Does it really matter in the 21st century if a line is terminated by CR, LF, or CR/LF anymore? Notepad.exe in Windows 10 Creator’s Edition still only works properly with CR+LF.