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# Copyright 1999-2010 Gentoo Foundation
# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
# $Header: /var/cvsroot/gentoo-x86/sys-process/fcron/fcron-3.0.5.ebuild,v 1.1 2010/03/10 01:38:20 flameeyes Exp $
inherit cron pam eutils
MY_P=${P/_/-}
DESCRIPTION="A command scheduler with extended capabilities over cron and anacron"
HOMEPAGE="http://fcron.free.fr/"
SRC_URI="http://fcron.free.fr/archives/${MY_P}.src.tar.gz"
LICENSE="GPL-2"
KEYWORDS="~amd64 ~hppa ~ia64 ~mips ~ppc ~sparc ~x86 ~x86-fbsd"
IUSE="debug pam selinux linguas_fr"
DEPEND="selinux? ( sys-libs/libselinux )
pam? ( virtual/pam )"
# see bug 282214 for the reason to depend on bash
RDEPEND="${DEPEND}
app-shells/bash
app-editors/gentoo-editor
pam? ( >=sys-auth/pambase-20100310 )"
S="${WORKDIR}/${MY_P}"
pkg_setup() {
enewgroup fcron
enewuser fcron -1 -1 -1 fcron
rootuser=$(egetent passwd 0 | cut -d ':' -f 1)
rootgroup=$(egetent group 0 | cut -d ':' -f 1)
}
src_unpack() {
unpack ${A}
cd "${S}"
# respect LDFLAGS
sed -i "s:\(@LIBS@\):\$(LDFLAGS) \1:" Makefile.in || die "sed failed"
# patch check_system_crontabs to support "-c /path/to/fcron.conf"
epatch "${FILESDIR}"/check_system_crontabs.fcron-config-file.patch
# the script contains bashism, so until upstream fixes it we're
# going to simply require bash for this to work, sorry!
# see also bug #282214
sed -i -e '1s:/bin/sh:/bin/bash:' script/check_system_crontabs \
|| die "Unable to fix check_system_crontabs shebang."
}
src_compile() {
local myconf
# Don't try to pass --with-debug as it'll play with cflags as
# well, and run foreground which is a _very_ nasty idea for
# Gentoo.
use debug && append-flags -DDEBUG
[[ -n "${rootuser}" ]] && myconf="${myconf} --with-rootname=${rootuser}"
[[ -n "${rootgroup}" ]] && myconf="${myconf} --with-rootgroup=${rootgroup}"
econf \
--with-cflags="${CFLAGS}" \
$(use_with pam) \
$(use_with selinux) \
--sysconfdir=/etc/fcron \
--with-username=fcron \
--with-groupname=fcron \
--with-piddir=/var/run \
--with-spooldir=/var/spool/fcron \
--with-fifodir=/var/run \
--with-fcrondyn=yes \
--disable-checks \
--with-editor=/usr/libexec/gentoo-editor \
--with-sendmail=/usr/sbin/sendmail \
--with-shell=/bin/sh \
--without-db2man --without-dsssl-dir \
${myconf} \
|| die "configure failed"
emake || die "make failed"
# bug #216460
sed -i \
-e 's:/usr/local/etc/fcron:/etc/fcron/fcron:g' \
-e 's:/usr/local/etc:/etc:g' \
-e 's:/usr/local/:/usr/:g' \
doc/*/*/*.{txt,1,5,8,html} \
|| die "unable to fix documentation references"
}
src_install() {
# create directories that don't have special permissions first so
# that we can play with the permissions later
dodir /usr/bin /etc /var/spool
diropts -m6770 -o fcron -g fcron
keepdir /var/spool/fcron
# install fcron tools
insinto /usr/bin
dosbin fcron || die
# fcronsighup needs to be suid root, because it sends a HUP
# to the running fcron daemon
insopts -m6755 -o ${rootuser:-root} -g fcron
doins fcronsighup || die
insopts -m6755 -o fcron -g fcron
doins fcrondyn fcrontab || die
# /etc stuff
diropts -m0750 -o ${rootuser:-root} -g fcron
dodir /etc/fcron
insinto /etc/fcron
insopts -m0640 -o ${rootuser:-root} -g fcron
doins files/fcron.{allow,deny,conf} || die
diropts -m0755
insopts -m0644
# install /etc/crontab and /etc/fcrontab
insopts -m0640 -o ${rootuser:-root} -g ${rootgroup:-root}
doins "${FILESDIR}"/crontab "${FILESDIR}"/fcrontab || die
# install PAM files
pamd_mimic system-services fcron auth account session
cat - > "${T}"/fcrontab.pam <<EOF
# Don't ask for the user's password; fcrontab will only allow to
# change user if running as root.
auth sufficient pam_permit.so
# Still use the system-auth stack for account and session as the
# sysadmin might have set up stuff properly, and also avoids
# sidestepping limits (since fcrontab will run $EDITOR).
account include system-auth
session include system-auth
EOF
newpamd "${T}"/fcrontab.pam fcrontab
# install init script
newinitd "${FILESDIR}"/fcron.init.2 fcron || die
# install the very handy check_system_crontabs script
dosbin script/check_system_crontabs || die
# doc stuff
dodoc MANIFEST VERSION "${FILESDIR}"/crontab \
doc/en/txt/{readme,thanks,faq,todo,relnotes,changes}.txt \
|| die
newdoc files/fcron.conf fcron.conf.sample || die
dohtml doc/en/HTML/*.html || die
doman doc/en/man/*.{1,5,8} || die
# localized docs
for lang in fr; do
use linguas_${lang} || continue
doman -i18n=${lang} doc/${lang}/man/*.{1,5,8} || die
docinto html/${lang}
dohtml doc/${lang}/HTML/*.html || die
done
}
pkg_postinst() {
elog
elog "fcron has some important differences compared to vixie-cron:"
elog
elog "1. fcron stores the crontabs in ${ROOT}var/spool/fcron"
elog " instead of ${ROOT}var/spool/cron/crontabs"
elog
elog "2. fcron uses a special binary file format for storing the"
elog " crontabs in ${ROOT}var/spool/fcron/USERNAME,"
elog " but the original plain text version is saved as"
elog " ${ROOT}var/spool/fcron/USERNAME.orig for your"
elog " reference (and for being edited with fcrontab)."
elog
elog "3. fcron does not feature a system crontab in exactly the"
elog " same way as vixie-cron does. This version of fcron"
elog " features a crontab for a pseudo-user 'systab' for use"
elog " as the system crontab. Running a command like"
elog
elog " fcrontab -u systab ${ROOT}etc/crontab"
elog
elog " will write ${ROOT}etc/crontab to the fcron crontabs directory as"
elog
elog " ${ROOT}var/spool/fcron/systab"
elog
elog " Please note that changes to ${ROOT}etc/crontab will not become"
elog " active automatically! fcron also does not use the directory"
elog " ${ROOT}etc/cron.d by default like vixie-cron does."
elog " Fortunately, it's possible to emulate vixie-cron's behavior"
elog " with regards to ${ROOT}etc/crontab and ${ROOT}etc/cron.d by using a"
elog " little helper script called 'check_system_crontabs'."
elog " The file ${ROOT}etc/fcrontab (not ${ROOT}etc/crontab!) has been set up"
elog " to run the script once a while to check whether"
elog " ${ROOT}etc/fcrontab, ${ROOT}etc/crontab or files in ${ROOT}etc/cron.d/ have"
elog " changed since the last generation of the systab and"
elog " regenerate it from those three locations as necessary."
elog " You should now run 'check_system_crontabs' once to properly"
elog " generate an initial systab:"
elog
elog " check_system_crontabs -v -i -f"
elog
elog " The file ${ROOT}etc/fcrontab should only be used to run that"
elog " script in order to ensure independence from the standard"
elog " system crontab file ${ROOT}etc/crontab."
elog " You may of course adjust the schedule for the script"
elog " 'check_system_crontabs' or any other setting in"
elog " ${ROOT}etc/fcrontab as you desire."
elog
elog "If you do NOT want to use 'check_system_crontabs', you"
elog "might still want to activate the use of the well known"
elog "directories ${ROOT}etc/cron.{hourly|daily|weekly|monthly} by"
elog "just generating a systab once from ${ROOT}etc/crontab:"
elog
elog " fcrontab -u systab ${ROOT}etc/crontab"
elog
elog "Happy fcron'ing!"
elog
ewarn
ewarn "Fixing permissions and ownership of ${ROOT}usr/bin/fcron{tab,dyn,sighup}"
chown fcron:fcron "${ROOT}"usr/bin/fcron{tab,dyn} >&/dev/null
chown ${rootuser:-root}:fcron "${ROOT}"usr/bin/fcronsighup >&/dev/null
chmod 6755 "${ROOT}"usr/bin/fcron{tab,dyn,sighup} >&/dev/null
ewarn "Fixing permissions and ownership of ${ROOT}etc/{fcron,fcrontab,crontab}"
chown -R ${rootuser:-root}:fcron "${ROOT}"etc/{fcron,fcrontab,crontab} >&/dev/null
chmod -R g+rX,o= "${ROOT}"etc/fcron "${ROOT}"etc/{fcron,fcrontab,crontab} >&/dev/null
ewarn
ewarn
ewarn "WARNING: fcron now uses a dedicated user and group"
ewarn "'fcron' for the suid/sgid programs/files instead of"
ewarn "the user and group 'cron' that were previously used."
ewarn
ewarn "fcron usage can now only be restricted by adding users"
ewarn "to the following files instead of to the group 'cron':"
ewarn
ewarn " ${ROOT}etc/fcron/fcron.allow"
ewarn " ${ROOT}etc/fcron/fcron.deny"
ewarn
if ls -1 "${ROOT}"var/spool/cron/fcrontabs/* >&/dev/null; then
ewarn
ewarn "WARNING: fcron now uses a dedicated fcron-specific"
ewarn "spooldir ${ROOT}var/spool/fcron instead of the commonly"
ewarn "used ${ROOT}var/spool/cron for several reasons."
ewarn
ewarn "Copying over existing crontabs from ${ROOT}var/spool/cron/fcrontabs"
cp "${ROOT}"var/spool/cron/fcrontabs/* "${ROOT}"var/spool/fcron/ >&/dev/null \
|| die "failed to migrate existing crontabs"
ewarn "You should now remove ${ROOT}var/spool/cron/fcrontabs!"
ewarn
ewarn "Fixing permissions and ownership of ${ROOT}var/spool/fcron"
chown root:root "${ROOT}"var/spool/fcron/* >&/dev/null
chmod 0600 "${ROOT}"var/spool/fcron/* >&/dev/null
chown fcron:fcron "${ROOT}"var/spool/fcron/*.orig >&/dev/null
chmod 0640 "${ROOT}"var/spool/fcron/*.orig >&/dev/null
ewarn
ewarn "*** YOU SHOULD IMMEDIATELY UPDATE THE"
ewarn "*** fcrontabs ENTRY IN ${ROOT}etc/fcron/fcron.conf"
ewarn "*** AND RESTART YOUR FCRON DAEMON!"
fi
elog ""
elog "Since version 3.0.5 the fcron init script will no longer wait for LDAP, MySQL"
elog "or PostgreSQL before starting. If you need any of these for authentication or"
elog "for jobs that are executed by fcron, please create a /etc/conf.d/fcron file to"
elog "set the rc_need variable to the list of services you should be waiting for."
elog ""
}