Re: cipux: lintian warnings about non-executable scripts (was Re: meeting debian)
On Tuesday 12 December 2006 22:26, Holger Levsen wrote:
> On Tuesday 12 December 2006 08:43, Christian Kuelker wrote:
> > > > The Linitian warning jever send to me are:
> > > > W: cipux-cibot: script-not-executable
> > > > ./etc/cipux/refine.d/disabled/oo11.sh W: cipux-cibot:
> > > > script-not-executable ./etc/cipux/refine.d/disabled/kde3.sh W:
> > > > cipux-cibot: script-not-executable
> > > > ./etc/cipux/refine.d/disabled/xchat.sh W: cipux-cibot:
> > > > script-not-executable
> > > > ./etc/cipux/refine.d/enabled/void.sh
> > >
> > > I think for these warnings you just have to do a small chmod +x on this
> > > files or ?
> > I am not sure. This are plugins for the refine script and not to be
> > intended to be executed directly. I think Lintian hurts here more then it
> > helped.
> > If I make the +x then Lintian might complain about
> > - there is no she bang line
> they all start with "#/bin/bash" ?!
ok, that can be removed
> > - this is an executable and it is not at the right position.
> right. I would also complain about this :)
> why don't you put them in the proper place?! :) (And this is not about
> debian's policy, but the the FHS, which sus*/ub*ntu and other also try to
Ok, then I will think about a own syntax, so that Lintian will not recognize
this as shell code. (half joke!)
> Also I dont understand why they are in a directory called "disabled" - can
> we just remove / not install them?
No this shell parts (plugins) are for admins. If they move (or symlink) then
from one directory (disabled) to another (enabled) they will be use by
This works like apache config parts.