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From Nik Martin <>
Subject Re: 3.02 Acton first startup error
Date Fri, 14 Dec 2012 14:33:11 GMT
On 12/13/2012 09:04 PM, Nik Martin wrote:

I went back and traced cloud-setup-management, and it looks like my sudo 
binary had wonky permissions. I re-rean the db create script and changed 
perms on sudo and the cloud-management-setup script ran fine.

> I just installed 3.02 management server on a breand new Centos 6.3, and
> the install went fine, no errors. I then started the cloudstack
> management server, and it blew up.  The first error was about a sudo not
> having a tty, which is new.  The last install i don't recall anything
> about requiretty, nayway, i disable that in /etc/sudoers, and then have
> tp reinstall the cloudstack DB, and now I'm getting this error. I'm
> pretty sure I didnt skip a step anywhere, but this is my third
> cloudstack install, and have never gotten these errors.  SELinux is
> disabled.
> Adding the cloud user to the %wheel group and uncommenting the %wheel
> (ALL) :NOPASSWD line in /etc/sudoers got me goig, but that feels very
> wrong and insecure




Nik Martin
nfina Technologies, Inc.
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