[geeklog-devel] Re: pair + geeklog

Tony Bibbs tony at tonybibbs.com
Thu Jan 16 17:13:18 EST 2003

Pat, the location of the file is temporary.  I've assumed all along that 
   Jason will check the code into CVS as soon as it is done.  Then we 
can talk about building a special 1.3.7sr1 release with this script in 
it and the tarball can live on our site (on our Quick Serv account) and 
modify the script, obviously, to point there.

Dirk, I'm not sure how you want to handle this one.  You want to call 
this a seperate release (i.e. 1.3.7-1) or just bundle it without calling 
it a true version or what?  I prefer calling it a new release. It would 
just be sr1 with this go-geeklog script.


Pat F wrote:
> What happened?  Is the geeklog-1.3.7sr1 file no longer available for
> download?
> 1-9, 'all' or Enter to continue:
> HTTP proxy (host:port), or Enter for none:
> Downloading package: geeklog-1.3.7sr1.....<br />
> <b>Warning</b>:  fopen("geeklog-1.3.7sr1.tar.gz", "wb") - Permission
> denied in <b>/usr/local/pair/geeklog/go-geeklog</b> on line <b>438</b><br
> />
> could not open geeklog-1.3.7sr1.tar.gz for writing
> su-2.05$
> Also, Tim had mentioned that you guys were supposed to put the geeklog
> source code on your Quick Server and our customers were going to download
> the software straight from there.  How could I modify your script to
> download the software from there?
> After you address the database backup issue I was having, I was hoping to
> just deploy the go-geeklog script to all of our shared servers (I made two
> little hacks to it) and not have to worry about what you guys currently
> have up at:
>   http://newsgeeks.com/go-geeklog
> I just want to get a basic geeklog installation script up and running and
> then not have to worry about you guys making changes to the install
> script and possible breaking things for our customers.
> Thanks,
> -Patrick
> On Thu, 16 Jan 2003, Jason Whittenburg wrote:
>>Ok, that should be no problem to fix.
>>Look for an update in a few minutes... :-)

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