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Questions specific to the Debian official distribution (stable, testing, or unstable); if you are using a derivative of Debian (e.g. Mint, Ubuntu, Kali, etc), then use that distribution’s tag instead.

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I need to send myself a database backup from a remote docker container running Ubuntu. I ssh into the container and run: uuencode dbexport.pgsql | mail -s "DB" phk@2klic.com It seems to hang foreve …
asked Jun 26 '17 by Philip Kirkbride
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I'm not sure why but installing the executable at /usr/app-cli instead fixed the problem. I think something to do with Debian packages not having access to usr/local/bin/. …
answered Dec 8 '17 by Philip Kirkbride
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I'm trying to do something similar to what is described in this Q/A, except I'm using setfacl. I have the following in debian/rules: ... override_dh_fixperms: dh_fixperms setfacl -m …
asked Nov 3 '17 by Philip Kirkbride
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I'm working on a Makefile setup to create a debian package: .PHONY: package package: $(PACKAGE_TARGETS) build/%.changes: ../%.changes mkdir -p build for f in `<$< awk 'BEGIN { files … -rfakeroot -b -uc Everything was working fine with the build until I made a very small commit. Which adds an executable file at /src/bin/app-cli. Then references that executable in the debian install file …
asked Dec 8 '17 by Philip Kirkbride
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I'm building on top of a Postgres Docker container which has cron implemented on top of Debian Jessie: For debugging I want to look at the logs which I'm expecting to be at /var/log/syslog, but I … don't have syslog on the system. Would I need to turn on logging manually with a Debian Jessie Docker container? …
asked Oct 3 '17 by Philip Kirkbride
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I have a debian package that I'm running on startup. I'm using upstart and I think I need to add a dependency to the upstart config: start on someProgram I'm not sure which program, but I'm not …
asked Jan 26 '18 by Philip Kirkbride
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I ended up finding a workaround using an upstart pre-start script: pre-start script while [ -z "$(ifconfig | grep wlan)" ] do sleep 1 done sleep 5 end script
answered Jan 26 '18 by Philip Kirkbride