chmod +x would be necessary for the script to run at
yes, i have chmoded it already
Have you tried running "/etc/rc.d/jive-messengerd
start" ? (keeping the exec bit on)
this starts the server, but i cant connect to Admin Console, it says:
“Setup was able to find your conf directory but does not have write permission on it. Please alter the directory permissions.”
So i have give permissions for jive user to rw this file? How about DB?
What does “ls -l /etc/rc.d” look like?
The file should be owned by root, and read and
executable by everyone else:
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root … jive-messengerd
is this ok? is there such way/switch to give some rights to given user? I dont undestand chmod syntax (only chmod +x), and chmod man page do not help me.
Looks like your java environment is being set by your
os, but as long as you have $MESSENGER_HOME/jre the
messenger script works.
hmm… i have tried to copy /opt/java/jre to /opt/jive_messenger No result. Windows version works w/o JRE folder in jive_messenger, switches to system Java.
Are you in /etc/rc.d when you exec "./jive-messengerd
When it works like that is it run as the jive user?
with jive user it says:
standard in must be a tty
have no clue
It sounds to me like an executable/permission issue.
Any shell script needs read and execute permissions
for the user to run.
yes i know about this, but it seems to difficult for me. If i can found so manual with clear explanation about setting permissions.
As long as your have the above permissions set on
/etc/rc.d/jive-messengerd , it should work.
no for me:)
could you give me more detailed explanation step-by-step how are you setting Jive on you machine? Or how you think it should be on mine, keeping in mind my vars:
/etc/rc.conf (with DAEMONS part to load daemons on boot)
or maybe Arch is just not compatible with this deamon or vice versa.
P.S. in other forum i was told to put /opt/java/bin in my /etc/profile I have tried combinations: