[OpenSIPS-Users] 2.2.2 packaging

Nick Altmann nick.altmann at gmail.com
Mon Jan 9 03:35:52 EST 2017


You could find packaging specification in packaging/redhat_fedora folder in
git tree.
However in my opinion there is no need to change opensips binary into
libexec folder.
There is no general rule to do it, most daemons in rhel are placed in
/usr/sbin as opensips.
For example sshd. Do you also run it instead of ssh?

You may not use /usr/sbin in your PATH.
Of course you can generate your own packages to avoid this.

2017-01-07 12:10 GMT+03:00 Nathan Ward <opensips-list at daork.net>:

> Hi,
> I am running OpenSIPS 2.2.2 from RPMs from the opensips.org yum server.
> I am trying to find out where the SPEC files to generate the CentOS (/el7)
> RPMs are. I don’t seem to be able to find these in GitHub. Can someone help
> with this?
> I am hoping to submit a PR to move the ‘opensips’ binary to /usr/libexec,
> rather than a common $PATH location. We have had a problem where this
> binary was mistakenly run, rather than opensipsctl. Typically, daemon
> binaries that do not generally get run by users should be in /usr/libexec
> so that they are only very intentionally executed. This should probably go
> in to at the very least a minor version change as it may break some
> people’s custom init scripts etc.
> On my search, I note change 9e406b2b3acfd61b39ba9679f0a599b95f56f5c2
> under the 2.2.2 tag, which appears to be done with something like:
> sed ’s/2.2.1/2.2.2/‘
> Note the matches where . is ‘any’ not a literal period, so there are a lot
> of dates that get messed up:
>  -* Mon Oct 12.2.19 Bogdan-Andrei Iancu <bogdan at opensips.org>
>  +* Mon Oct 12.2.29 Bogdan-Andrei Iancu <bogdan at opensips.org>
> --
> Nathan Ward
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