[Seaside] Trouble setting up Seaside daemon
eleison at muraiki.com
Fri Apr 26 21:48:04 UTC 2013
Thanks Sven! I'll try using Pharo. I had used /usr/bin/squeak because
/usr/bin/squeakvm does not exist.
On Fri, Apr 26, 2013 at 12:03 PM, Sven Van Caekenberghe <sven at stfx.eu>wrote:
> On 26 Apr 2013, at 17:25, muraiki <eleison at muraiki.com> wrote:
> > Hi all, I'm having some trouble setting up a Seaside daemon on a Linode
> > Ubuntu 12.04 host. I've run into two separate problems:
> > First, and I might just be doing something completely wrong here, but if
> > try to run squeak with multiple command line arguments it fails. For
> > instance:
> > squeak -vm-display-null -vm-sound-null Seaside.image
> > found gettext in path
> > /home/(username)/st/Seaside.app/Contents/Resources
> > Could not open the Squeak image file `-vm-display-null'.
> > If I run "squeak -vm-display-null Seaside.image", though, it launches ok.
> > The other problem that I have is that when I try to use the supplied
> > from the Seaside book, I get an error message. The script is on this
> > http://book.seaside.st/book/advanced/deployment/deployment-apache/run-vm
> > sudo ./run.sh
> > found gettext in path
> > /srv/goldengate
> > chmod: changing permissions of `/home/(username)/.npsqueak/secure':
> > Operation not permitted
> > It seems like the problem lies with setuidgid, so this might not be the
> > right place to ask this question. I even tried running the command as
> > but I get the following error: "mkdir: cannot create directory `/root':
> > Permission denied" and I have no idea why a /root directory is trying to
> > created.
> > I would sincerely appreciate any help that anyone here can offer. Thank
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> /usr/bin/squeak is actually a script that tries to do some fancy stuff,
> but it is often more an obstacle, IMHO. You could try to use the actually
> binary (read the script).
> Since you are on Ubuntu, you could try installing the pharo VM using
> $ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:pharo/stable
> $ sudo apt-get update
> $ sudo apt-get install pharo-vm
> Ask on the Pharo mailing lists if you have any problems.
> Sven Van Caekenberghe
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