[gentoo-dev] acct-user/acct-group trouble

2020-05-05 Thread Oleg
Hi, all.

I'm creating a ebuild and need to create user/group during it installation.
As i create a package/ebuild for our company internal use, it useless to
request uid/gid to be saved in uid-gid.txt. Also, i don't need a constant
uid/gid, just want a user/group creation. This package will be installed on
various machines and i don't want to track unused uid/gid from uid-gid.txt
and also each of these machines. Any available is sufficient.

If i understand correctly, acct-user/acct-group doesn't allow me do this.
And i must choose a constant uid/gid and pray that
they willn't match existent ones on any machine, amn't it?

If so, can i use 'enewuser ${PN} -1 -1 "${UHOME}" ${PN} > /dev/null' as usual?

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[gentoo-dev] public system of ratings

2008-02-16 Thread Oleg Puchinin
Day kind!
I recently have started to use Gentoo, and I had one question.
What for to charge developers of a problem of check of packages?
 Why to not make public system of ratings? For example voting

 is not compiled At all 
works
...
It is excellent
I wish to see a package in Gentoo 

And so for each [new] package.

Oleg.
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Re: [gentoo-dev] public system of ratings

2008-02-16 Thread Oleg Puchinin
One hundred programmers which only also do that dig in mountain bugs
a kind  new package , it, in my opinion, how to use a steam hammer
to crack nuts. Can it is necessary to make the processes occuring in
Gentoo by more public?


On Feb 16, 2008 3:06 PM, Rémi Cardona [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Oleg Puchinin a écrit :
  Day kind!
  I recently have started to use Gentoo, and I had one question.
  What for to charge developers of a problem of check of packages?
   Why to not make public system of ratings? For example voting

 We already have such a implicit rating system :) It's called bugzilla.
 Just count the currently open bugs for a given package, that will give
 you a pretty good estimate of how well it {mis,}behaves.

 Rémi
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[gentoo-dev] My project Gentoo

2008-02-09 Thread Oleg Puchinin
Hello!
I develop project SilentBob ( http://silentbob.sf.net ).
 I would like to see SilentBob in Gentoo.
Somebody can help me with it?

 Oleg.
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