Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 238990
missing gitweb, missing xinet file for git-daemon
Last modified: 2009-12-18 00:55:27 EST
We should ship an /etc/xinet.d/git file (obviously disabled by default) for the
We should also ship gitweb, probably as a separate subpackage, properly
configured for use with Apache -- including /etc/httpd/conf.d/gitweb.conf
(again, disabled by default but easy to enable).
I can go ahead and do this in CVS if you like.
Some of this is done at http://david.woodhou.se/git-188.8.131.52-2.fc8.dwmw2.src.rpm
Gitweb isn't quite working yet -- it needs a cron job to run every few minutes
and generate an index.aux file. I don't think gitweb itself can handle users'
~/public_git directories otherwise, and it's very slow too.
The script would do something like...
for a in * ; do [ -r $a/public_git ] && [ ! -d /srv/git/users/$a ] && ln -s
/home/$a/public_git /srv/git/users/$a ; done
ls */HEAD toolchain/*/HEAD users/*/*/HEAD | grep ^[-./=_+a-zA-Z0-9]*\$ | sed
s:/HEAD\$:: | while read DIR ; do
TREEUID=`stat -c %U $DIR`
TREEUSERNAME=`grep ^$TREEUID: /etc/passwd | cut -f5 -d: | sed s/\ /+/`
if [ "$TREEUSERNAME" = "" ]; then
echo $DIR $TREEUSERNAME | sed s:/:%2F:g
done > /srv/git/.index.aux.$$
mv /srv/git/.index.aux.$$ /srv/git/.index.aux
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This is a useful script.
To get the labeling right with SELinux, add public_git to
and run genhomedircon
(dwalsh can confirm that this is the correct method).
file context in file context in the next release of F9/Rawhide policy.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 10 development cycle.
Changing version to '10'.
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