- Dec 5, 2011
you didnt change the user sickbeard runs as.Ok, another total noob to FreeNas here. I've created a user Jails that belongs to the wheel group with a UID of 1003. Ideally, I'd like to use Solution 2 so that each jail has access to write to the dataset that's mounted to each jail.
Creating the user inside the jail seemed to work without a hitch. However, when I try to complete the second step in Solution 2 is where I think I'm getting hung up. Here's what the it looks like when I submit the commands. Maybe I missed a step or something?
Code:root@sickbeard_1:/ # service sickbeard onestop Stopping sickbeard. Waiting for PIDS: 75222. root@sickbeard_1:/ # chown -R Jails:WHEEL /var/db/sickbeard chown: WHEEL: illegal group name root@sickbeard_1:/ # chown -R Jails:wheel /var/db/sickbeard root@sickbeard_1:/ # sysrc 'PLUGIN_user=Jails' PLUGIN_user: Jails -> Jails root@sickbeard_1:/ # service sickbeard start Starting sickbeard. Data directory: /var/db/sickbeard must be writable (write permissions). Exiting. /usr/local/etc/rc.d/sickbeard: WARNING: failed to start sickbeard
Now I can't even get sickbeard to restart!?
in the 'sysrc' step replace "PLUGIN" with "sickbeard"
also in case you have an issue with the pidfile run this..
rm -r /var/run/sickbeard