piler.conf missing on new installation

Issue #830 resolved
Andreas Andersson created an issue

I'm testing a new installation of piler 1.3.0 on centos7, and there seems to be a problem creating the file /usr/local/etc/piler/piler.conf The "make install" does not create the file, and "make postinstall" gives this error message: "sed: can't read /usr/local/etc/piler/piler.conf: No such file or directory"

piler-1.2.0 installs perfectly on the same setup so could it be a bug with 1.3.0? I attach the "/root/piler-1.3.0/etc/Makefile" and "/root/piler-1.2.0/etc/Makefile" because they look different, maybe some clues in there.

Comments (5)

  1. Janos SUTO repo owner

    By default the make install copies piler.conf.dist file. I'll check and fix the postinstall procedure.

  2. Janos SUTO repo owner

    Try the following fix: in util/postinstall.sh script in the sed line try to replace piler,conf with piler.conf.dist, then try again.

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