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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0005794||GNUnet||gnunet-setup||public||2019-07-06 17:02||2019-07-24 20:42|
|Product Version||SVN HEAD|
|Target Version||0.11.6||Fixed in Version||0.11.6|
|Summary||0005794: multi user setup not working properly|
|Description||When using some of the CLI tools under a normal user they hang. |
> gnunet-identity -d
> gnunet-arm -I
One reason could be that no runtime was created for the user. There exists the gnunet-gnunet-runtime and gnunet-system-runtime under /tmp.
Lurchi seems to have similar problems and concluded that the multi user setup did not work for him.
Another example, maybe different problem, but this works under single user setup:
> gnunet-publish text.txt
Error publishing: Can not index file `/home/xrs/text.txt': .
|Steps To Reproduce||Install everything as described in Chapter 4.1 to 4.7.1. in https://docs.gnunet.org/#Installing-GNUnet.|
There are two configs:
Run gnunet instance under user gnunet.
Run CLI tools under normal user.
|Additional Information||Adding configs and some logs.|
|Tags||No tags attached.|
gnunet-idedentity.log (32,375 bytes)
gnunet-publish.log (54,762 bytes)
gnunet-2019-07-06.log (95,579 bytes)
gnunet.user.conf (165 bytes)
gnunet.conf (314 bytes)
In NixOS, the multi-user setup now works for me (except for the problem described in https://bugs.gnunet.org/view.php?id=5795). The runtime directory for my user is created as soon as I run
as my user. But in your case it seems that is not possible. The log you attached is from the user services, correct? Is there suspicious output in the system services logs?
---> Start `gnunet-arm -s` as normal user.
Maybe this information was missing! I didn't know I had to start gnunet-arm also as normal user as well.
In the handbook in chapter 4.7.1 it says only in the last sentence:
"For the multi-user setup first the system services need to be started as the system user, i.e. the user gnunet needs to execute gnunet-arm -s. This should be done by the system’s init system."
Is this correct?
||@lurchi: To answere your questions. Yes, it is possible to start as normal user. Yes, the logs are from the user services without having started gnunet-arm under normal user. I supposed running gnunet-arm under system user "gnunet" was enought. No suspicous output in the system service logs.|
The information that normal users have to run gnunet-arm -s is in the manual, but hidden in the "Config Leftovers" chapter which we should slowly eliminate. I added it in the "Checking the installation chapter" too:
Can this issue be closed?
|2019-07-06 17:02||xrs||New Issue|
|2019-07-06 17:02||xrs||File Added: gnunet-idedentity.log|
|2019-07-06 17:02||xrs||File Added: gnunet-publish.log|
|2019-07-06 17:02||xrs||File Added: gnunet-2019-07-06.log|
|2019-07-06 17:02||xrs||File Added: gnunet.user.conf|
|2019-07-06 17:02||xrs||File Added: gnunet.conf|
|2019-07-07 02:22||lurchi||Note Added: 0014653|
|2019-07-07 11:43||xrs||Note Added: 0014654|
|2019-07-07 11:47||xrs||Note Added: 0014655|
|2019-07-07 12:32||lurchi||Note Added: 0014656|
|2019-07-07 13:02||xrs||Assigned To||=> lurchi|
|2019-07-07 13:02||xrs||Status||new => assigned|
|2019-07-07 13:03||xrs||Status||assigned => resolved|
|2019-07-07 13:03||xrs||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2019-07-24 20:41||Christian Grothoff||Fixed in Version||=> 0.11.6|
|2019-07-24 20:42||Christian Grothoff||Status||resolved => closed|