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authorTim Rice <tim@multitalents.net>2002-03-11 20:55:53 -0800
committerTim Rice <tim@multitalents.net>2002-03-11 20:55:53 -0800
commit29bdd2c9bca2737e7a246ed50fd827a6ccba0c61 (patch)
tree3cbec05cf9ae0220ad212bbd713eec69bea8f95f
parent4a10d2e90b510dcbb96eb9b86b1122c0c1f72163 (diff)
[contrib/solaris/buildpkg.sh, contrib/solaris/README] Updated to
build on all platforms that support SVR4 style package tools. Now runs from build dir. Parts are based on patches from Antonio Navarro, and Darren Tucker.
-rw-r--r--ChangeLog8
-rw-r--r--contrib/solaris/README12
-rwxr-xr-xcontrib/solaris/buildpkg.sh287
3 files changed, 262 insertions, 45 deletions
diff --git a/ChangeLog b/ChangeLog
index fd9831d0..fe0e60d5 100644
--- a/ChangeLog
+++ b/ChangeLog
@@ -1,3 +1,9 @@
+20020311
+ - (tim) [contrib/solaris/buildpkg.sh, contrib/solaris/README] Updated to
+ build on all platforms that support SVR4 style package tools. Now runs
+ from build dir. Parts are based on patches from Antonio Navarro, and
+ Darren Tucker.
+
20020308
- (djm) Revert bits of Markus' OpenSSL compat patch which was
accidentally committed.
@@ -7828,4 +7834,4 @@
- Wrote replacements for strlcpy and mkdtemp
- Released 1.0pre1
-$Id: ChangeLog,v 1.1920 2002/03/11 11:53:29 djm Exp $
+$Id: ChangeLog,v 1.1921 2002/03/12 04:55:53 tim Exp $
diff --git a/contrib/solaris/README b/contrib/solaris/README
index 55852499..9b0a46e2 100644
--- a/contrib/solaris/README
+++ b/contrib/solaris/README
@@ -1,6 +1,7 @@
The following is a new package build script for Solaris. This is being
introduced into OpenSSH 3.0 and above in hopes of simplifying the build
-process.
+process. As of 3.1p2 the script should work on all platforms that have
+SVR4 style package tools.
The build process is called a 'dummy install'.. Which means the software does
a "make install-nokeys DESTDIR=[fakeroot]". This way all manpages should
@@ -11,7 +12,8 @@ Directions:
1. make -F Makefile.in distprep (Only if you are getting from the CVS tree)
2. ./configure --with-pam [..any other options you want..]
-3. cd contrib/solaris; ./buildpkg.sh
+3. look at the top of contrib/solaris/buildpkg.sh for the configurable options.
+4. ./contrib/solaris/buildpkg.sh
If all goes well you should have a solaris package ready to be installed.
@@ -20,9 +22,3 @@ openssh-unix-dev@mindrot.org and I will try to assist you as best as I can.
- Ben Lindstrom
-TODO:
-- Expand to cover all sysvr4 family of OSes
-- Clean things up a bit more.
-- Detect if sshd is running and refuse to start.
-- SHOULD check for existing sshd_config nor ssh_config (does not currently).
- [Post install script? Ugh.. Nasty]
diff --git a/contrib/solaris/buildpkg.sh b/contrib/solaris/buildpkg.sh
index 05abb223..20f8544a 100755
--- a/contrib/solaris/buildpkg.sh
+++ b/contrib/solaris/buildpkg.sh
@@ -1,52 +1,139 @@
#!/bin/sh
#
-# Fake Root Solaris Build System - Prototype
+# Fake Root Solaris/SVR4/SVR5 Build System - Prototype
#
# The following code has been provide under Public Domain License. I really
# don't care what you use it for. Just as long as you don't complain to me
# nor my employer if you break it. - Ben Lindstrom (mouring@eviladmin.org)
#
umask 022
+#
+# Options for building the package
+# You can create a config.local with your customized options
+#
+# uncommenting TEST_DIR and using configure--prefix=/var/tmp and
+# PKGNAME=tOpenSSH should allow testing a package without interfering
+# with a real OpenSSH package on a system.
+#TEST_DIR=/var/tmp # leave commented out for production build
PKGNAME=OpenSSH
+SYSVINIT_NAME=opensshd
+MAKE=${MAKE:="make"}
+# uncomment these next two as needed
+#PERMIT_ROOT_LOGIN=no
+#X11_FORWARDING=yes
+# list of system directories we do NOT want to change owner/group/perms
+# when installing our package
+SYSTEM_DIR="/etc \
+/etc/init.d \
+/etc/rcS.d \
+/etc/rc0.d \
+/etc/rc1.d \
+/etc/rc2.d \
+/opt \
+/opt/bin \
+/usr \
+/usr/bin \
+/usr/lib \
+/usr/sbin \
+/usr/share \
+/usr/share/man \
+/usr/share/man/man1 \
+/usr/share/man/man8 \
+/usr/local \
+/usr/local/bin \
+/usr/local/etc \
+/usr/local/libexec \
+/usr/local/man \
+/usr/local/man/man1 \
+/usr/local/man/man8 \
+/usr/local/sbin \
+/usr/local/share \
+/var \
+/var/run \
+/var/tmp \
+/tmp"
-## Extract common info requires for the 'info' part of the package.
-VERSION=`tail -1 ../../version.h | sed -e 's/.*_\([0-9]\)/\1/g' | sed 's/\"$//'`
-ARCH=`uname -p`
+# We may need to buiild as root so we make sure PATH is set up
+# only set the path if it's not set already
+[ -d /usr/local/bin ] && {
+ echo $PATH | grep ":/usr/local/bin" > /dev/null 2>&1
+ [ $? -ne 0 ] && PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/bin
+}
+[ -d /usr/ccs/bin ] && {
+ echo $PATH | grep ":/usr/ccs/bin" > /dev/null 2>&1
+ [ $? -ne 0 ] && PATH=$PATH:/usr/ccs/bin
+}
+export PATH
+#
+
+[ -f Makefile ] || {
+ echo "Please run this script from your build directory"
+ exit 1
+}
+
+# we will look for config.local to override the above options
+[ -s ./config.local ] && . ./config.local
## Start by faking root install
echo "Faking root install..."
START=`pwd`
+OPENSSHD_IN=`dirname $0`/opensshd.in
FAKE_ROOT=$START/package
+[ -d $FAKE_ROOT ] && rm -fr $FAKE_ROOT
mkdir $FAKE_ROOT
-cd ../..
-make install-nokeys DESTDIR=$FAKE_ROOT
+${MAKE} install-nokeys DESTDIR=$FAKE_ROOT
+if [ $? -gt 0 ]
+then
+ echo "Fake root install failed, stopping."
+ exit 1
+fi
## Fill in some details, like prefix and sysconfdir
-ETCDIR=`grep "^sysconfdir=" Makefile | sed 's/sysconfdir=//'`
-PREFIX=`grep "^prefix=" Makefile | cut -d = -f 2`
-PIDDIR=`grep "^piddir=" Makefile | cut -d = -f 2`
-cd $FAKE_ROOT
+for confvar in prefix exec_prefix bindir sbindir libexecdir datadir mandir sysconfdir piddir
+do
+ eval $confvar=`grep "^$confvar=" Makefile | cut -d = -f 2`
+done
-## Setup our run level stuff while we are at it.
-mkdir -p $FAKE_ROOT/etc/init.d
-mkdir -p $FAKE_ROOT/etc/rcS.d
-mkdir -p $FAKE_ROOT/etc/rc0.d
-mkdir -p $FAKE_ROOT/etc/rc1.d
-mkdir -p $FAKE_ROOT/etc/rc2.d
+## Extract common info requires for the 'info' part of the package.
+VERSION=`./ssh -V 2>&1 | sed -e 's/,.*//'`
+UNAME_S=`uname -s`
+case ${UNAME_S} in
+ SunOS) UNAME_S=Solaris
+ ARCH=`uname -p`
+ RCS_D=yes
+ DEF_MSG="(default: n)"
+ ;;
+ *) ARCH=`uname -m` ;;
+esac
+
+## Setup our run level stuff while we are at it.
+mkdir -p $FAKE_ROOT${TEST_DIR}/etc/init.d
## setup our initscript correctly
-sed -e "s#%%configDir%%#$ETCDIR#g" \
- -e "s#%%openSSHDir%%#$PREFIX#g" \
- -e "s#%%pidDir%%#$PIDDIR#g" \
- ../opensshd.in > $FAKE_ROOT/etc/init.d/opensshd
-chmod 711 $FAKE_ROOT/etc/init.d/opensshd
+sed -e "s#%%configDir%%#${sysconfdir}#g" \
+ -e "s#%%openSSHDir%%#$prefix#g" \
+ -e "s#%%pidDir%%#${piddir}#g" \
+ ${OPENSSHD_IN} > $FAKE_ROOT${TEST_DIR}/etc/init.d/${SYSVINIT_NAME}
+chmod 744 $FAKE_ROOT${TEST_DIR}/etc/init.d/${SYSVINIT_NAME}
-ln -s ../init.d/opensshd $FAKE_ROOT/etc/rcS.d/K30opensshd
-ln -s ../init.d/opensshd $FAKE_ROOT/etc/rc0.d/K30opensshd
-ln -s ../init.d/opensshd $FAKE_ROOT/etc/rc1.d/K30opensshd
-ln -s ../init.d/opensshd $FAKE_ROOT/etc/rc2.d/S98opensshd
+[ "${PERMIT_ROOT_LOGIN}" = no ] && \
+ perl -p -i -e "s/#PermitRootLogin yes/PermitRootLogin no/" \
+ $FAKE_ROOT/${sysconfdir}/sshd_config
+[ "${X11_FORWARDING}" = yes ] && \
+ perl -p -i -e "s/#X11Forwarding no/X11Forwarding yes/" \
+ $FAKE_ROOT/${sysconfdir}/sshd_config
+# fix PrintMotd
+perl -p -i -e "s/#PrintMotd yes/PrintMotd no/" \
+ $FAKE_ROOT/${sysconfdir}/sshd_config
+# We don't want to overwrite config files on multiple installs
+mv $FAKE_ROOT/${sysconfdir}/ssh_config $FAKE_ROOT/${sysconfdir}/ssh_config.default
+mv $FAKE_ROOT/${sysconfdir}/sshd_config $FAKE_ROOT/${sysconfdir}/sshd_config.default
+[ -f $FAKE_ROOT/${sysconfdir}/ssh_prng_cmds ] && \
+mv $FAKE_ROOT/${sysconfdir}/ssh_prng_cmds $FAKE_ROOT/${sysconfdir}/ssh_prng_cmds.default
+
+cd $FAKE_ROOT
## Ok, this is outright wrong, but it will work. I'm tired of pkgmk
## whining.
@@ -58,28 +145,156 @@ done
echo "Building pkginfo file..."
cat > pkginfo << _EOF
PKG=$PKGNAME
-NAME=OpenSSH Portable for Solaris
+NAME="OpenSSH Portable for ${UNAME_S}"
DESC="Secure Shell remote access utility; replaces telnet and rlogin/rsh."
VENDOR="OpenSSH Portable Team - http://www.openssh.com/portable.html"
-BASEDIR=$FAKE_ROOT
ARCH=$ARCH
VERSION=$VERSION
-CATEGORY=Security
+CATEGORY="Security,application"
BASEDIR=/
+CLASSES="none"
+_EOF
+
+## Build preinstall file
+echo "Building preinstall file..."
+cat > preinstall << _EOF
+#! /sbin/sh
+#
+[ "\${PRE_INS_STOP}" = "yes" ] && ${TEST_DIR}/etc/init.d/${SYSVINIT_NAME} stop
+exit 0
+_EOF
+
+## Build postinstall file
+echo "Building postinstall file..."
+cat > postinstall << _EOF
+#! /sbin/sh
+#
+[ -f ${sysconfdir}/ssh_config ] || \\
+ cp -p ${sysconfdir}/ssh_config.default ${sysconfdir}/ssh_config
+[ -f ${sysconfdir}/sshd_config ] || \\
+ cp -p ${sysconfdir}/sshd_config.default ${sysconfdir}/sshd_config
+[ -f ${sysconfdir}/ssh_prng_cmds.default ] && {
+ [ -f ${sysconfdir}/ssh_prng_cmds ] || \\
+ cp -p ${sysconfdir}/ssh_prng_cmds.default ${sysconfdir}/ssh_prng_cmds
+}
+
+# make rc?.d dirs only if we are doing a test install
+[ -n "${TEST_DIR}" ] && {
+ [ "$RCS_D" = yes ] && mkdir -p ${TEST_DIR}/etc/rcS.d
+ mkdir -p ${TEST_DIR}/etc/rc0.d
+ mkdir -p ${TEST_DIR}/etc/rc1.d
+ mkdir -p ${TEST_DIR}/etc/rc2.d
+}
+
+if [ "\${USE_SYM_LINKS}" = yes ]
+then
+ [ "$RCS_D" = yes ] && \
+installf ${PKGNAME} $TEST_DIR/etc/rcS.d/K30${SYSVINIT_NAME}=../init.d/${SYSVINIT_NAME} s
+ installf ${PKGNAME} $TEST_DIR/etc/rc0.d/K30${SYSVINIT_NAME}=../init.d/${SYSVINIT_NAME} s
+ installf ${PKGNAME} $TEST_DIR/etc/rc1.d/K30${SYSVINIT_NAME}=../init.d/${SYSVINIT_NAME} s
+ installf ${PKGNAME} $TEST_DIR/etc/rc2.d/S98${SYSVINIT_NAME}=../init.d/${SYSVINIT_NAME} s
+else
+ [ "$RCS_D" = yes ] && \
+installf ${PKGNAME} $TEST_DIR/etc/rcS.d/K30${SYSVINIT_NAME}=$TEST_DIR/etc/init.d/${SYSVINIT_NAME} l
+ installf ${PKGNAME} $TEST_DIR/etc/rc0.d/K30${SYSVINIT_NAME}=$TEST_DIR/etc/init.d/${SYSVINIT_NAME} l
+ installf ${PKGNAME} $TEST_DIR/etc/rc1.d/K30${SYSVINIT_NAME}=$TEST_DIR/etc/init.d/${SYSVINIT_NAME} l
+ installf ${PKGNAME} $TEST_DIR/etc/rc2.d/S98${SYSVINIT_NAME}=$TEST_DIR/etc/init.d/${SYSVINIT_NAME} l
+fi
+
+installf -f ${PKGNAME}
+
+[ "\${POST_INS_START}" = "yes" ] && ${TEST_DIR}/etc/init.d/${SYSVINIT_NAME} start
+exit 0
_EOF
+## Build preremove file
+echo "Building preremove file..."
+cat > preremove << _EOF
+#! /sbin/sh
+#
+${TEST_DIR}/etc/init.d/${SYSVINIT_NAME} stop
+exit 0
+_EOF
+
+## Build request file
+echo "Building request file..."
+cat > request << _EOF
+trap 'exit 3' 15
+USE_SYM_LINKS=no
+PRE_INS_STOP=no
+POST_INS_START=no
+# Use symbolic links?
+ans=\`ckyorn -d n \
+-p "Do you want symbolic links for the start/stop scripts? ${DEF_MSG}"\` || exit \$?
+case \$ans in
+ [y,Y]*) USE_SYM_LINKS=yes ;;
+esac
+
+# determine if should restart the daemon
+if [ -s ${piddir}/sshd.pid -a -f ${TEST_DIR}/etc/init.d/${SYSVINIT_NAME} ]
+then
+ ans=\`ckyorn -d n \
+-p "Should the running sshd daemon be restarted? ${DEF_MSG}"\` || exit \$?
+ case \$ans in
+ [y,Y]*) PRE_INS_STOP=yes
+ POST_INS_START=yes
+ ;;
+ esac
+
+else
+
+# determine if we should start sshd
+ ans=\`ckyorn -d n \
+-p "Start the sshd daemon after installing this package? ${DEF_MSG}"\` || exit \$?
+ case \$ans in
+ [y,Y]*) POST_INS_START=yes ;;
+ esac
+fi
+
+# make parameters available to installation service,
+# and so to any other packaging scripts
+cat >\$1 <<!
+USE_SYM_LINKS='\$USE_SYM_LINKS'
+PRE_INS_STOP='\$PRE_INS_STOP'
+POST_INS_START='\$POST_INS_START'
+!
+exit 0
+
+_EOF
+
+## Build space file
+echo "Building space file..."
+cat > space << _EOF
+# extra space required by start/stop links added by installf in postinstall
+$TEST_DIR/etc/rc0.d/K30${SYSVINIT_NAME} 0 1
+$TEST_DIR/etc/rc1.d/K30${SYSVINIT_NAME} 0 1
+$TEST_DIR/etc/rc2.d/S98${SYSVINIT_NAME} 0 1
+_EOF
+[ "$RCS_D" = yes ] && \
+echo "$TEST_DIR/etc/rcS.d/K30${SYSVINIT_NAME} 0 1" >> space
+
## Next Build our prototype
echo "Building prototype file..."
-find . | egrep -v "prototype|pkginfo" | sort | pkgproto $PROTO_ARGS | \
- awk '
- BEGIN { print "i pkginfo" }
- { $5="root"; $6="sys"; }
- { print; }' > prototype
+cat >mk-proto.awk << _EOF
+ BEGIN { print "i pkginfo"; print "i preinstall"; \\
+ print "i postinstall"; print "i preremove"; \\
+ print "i request"; print "i space"; \\
+ split("$SYSTEM_DIR",sys_files); }
+ {
+ for (dir in sys_files) { if ( \$3 != sys_files[dir] )
+ { \$5="root"; \$6="sys"; }
+ else
+ { \$4="?"; \$5="?"; \$6="?"; break;}
+ } }
+ { print; }
+_EOF
+find . | egrep -v "prototype|pkginfo|mk-proto.awk" | sort | \
+ pkgproto $PROTO_ARGS | nawk -f mk-proto.awk > prototype
## Step back a directory and now build the package.
echo "Building package.."
cd ..
-pkgmk -d . -f $FAKE_ROOT/prototype -o
+pkgmk -d ${FAKE_ROOT} -f $FAKE_ROOT/prototype -o
+echo | pkgtrans -os ${FAKE_ROOT} ${START}/$PKGNAME-$UNAME_S-$ARCH-$VERSION.pkg
rm -rf $FAKE_ROOT
-echo | pkgtrans -os . $PKGNAME-$ARCH-$VERSION.pkg
-rm -rf $PKGNAME
+