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darc

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Install, Config and Start error (1.6.5)
« on: June 08, 2008, 05:39:09 AM »

I'm completely new to ANOPE services and am having a really hard time getting them setup.  I downloaded the anope-1.6.5.tar.gz package yesterday and have uploaded it to my server via FTP.  Now mind you I am running Unreal3.2.7 as my IRCd server which is running fine.  After the upload I ran the unpackage of the tar.gz by using:

gunzip -d anope-1.6.5.tar.gz
tar xvf anope-1.6.5.tar

the package unzipped just fine.  I went to cd anope-1.6.5 and typed ./configure as shown in the documentation.  Here is how I have my config setup.

My binaries are installed into /usr/home/wrumchat/services
My data files are installed into /usr/home/wrumchat/services
The group services are owned by: services
The umask for my data files is 007
I am running UnrealIRCd 3.1.1 [or later] (option 3)
I did not compile Anope using MDS message-digest algorithm to encrypt passwords
I did not compile Anope with threading support
I did not compile Anope with MySQL support
I did not compile Anope with module support

now when i type make i recieve the following error:
make: Permission denied
when i use gmake i get the error:
getcwd: : Permission denied

howerver the files seem to continue compiling.  i get to the section where im told to use gmake install, and i recieve the following:

install -g services -m 750 services /usr/home/wrumchat/services/services
install: services: Invalid arguement
gmake: *** [install] Error 67

I have also tried installing Anope 1.6.5 with all support turned on and i receive the same errors.  If any information is avilable about this issue or anyone knows what maybe causing my error and how to correct them I would appreciate any and all help.  Thanks in advance.
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« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2008, 01:17:55 PM »

Did you extract the Anope package before or after uploading it via FTP? If before, then that's a bad idea. Try uploading the package itself then extracting it on your shell using "tar -zxf anope-1.6.5.tar.gz"
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« Reply #2 on: June 08, 2008, 09:49:03 PM »

"Did you extract the Anope package before or after uploading it via FTP? If before, then that's a bad idea. Try uploading the package itself then extracting it on your shell using "tar -zxf anope-1.6.5.tar.gz"

"After the upload I ran the unpackage of the tar.gz by using: gunzip -d anope-1.6.5.tar.gz
tar xvf anope-1.6.5.tar"

Is previously stated i ran the unzip after the upload, which is why I am not sure what could be causing an issue.  I know that uploading an unpacked service is not the best idea as data can be lost in a large upload or upload with several files, so I upload everything via tar, tar.gz.
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