Patchwork [5/7] useradd-example: example recipe for using inherit useradd

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Submitter Scott Garman
Date June 2, 2011, 11:50 p.m.
Message ID <f55e758cab26b953be0edf0bc4e1d6aabeadaa5a.1307058256.git.scott.a.garman@intel.com>
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Scott Garman - June 2, 2011, 11:50 p.m.
An example recipe for demonstrating/documenting how user and
group manipulation is done with 'inherit useradd'

Signed-off-by: Scott Garman <scott.a.garman@intel.com>
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+SUMMARY = "Example recipe for using inherit useradd"
+DESCRIPTION = "This recipe serves as an example for using features from useradd.bbclass"
+SECTION = "examples"
+PR = "r0"
+LICENSE = "MIT"
+LIC_FILES_CHKSUM = "file://${COREBASE}/LICENSE;md5=3f40d7994397109285ec7b81fdeb3b58 \
+                    file://${COREBASE}/meta/COPYING.MIT;md5=3da9cfbcb788c80a0384361b4de20420"
+
+SRC_URI = "file://file1 \
+           file://file2 \
+           file://file3 \
+           file://file4"
+
+S = "${WORKDIR}"
+
+PACKAGES =+ "${PN}-user3"
+
+inherit useradd
+
+# Specify which package(s) should include the user/group code.
+# Make sure that any packages which install files owned by custom
+# users/groups are included here. The code which adds users and
+# groups is idempotent.
+USERADD_PACKAGES = "${PN} ${PN}-user3"
+
+# You *must* set USERADD_PARAM and/or GROUPADD_PARAM when
+# you inherit useradd.
+
+# USERADD_PARAM specifies command line options to pass to the
+# useradd command. Multiple users can be created by separating
+# the commands with a semicolon. Here we'll create two users,
+# user1 and user2:
+USERADD_PARAM_${PN} = "-u 1200 -d /home/user1 -r -s /bin/bash user1; -u 1201 -d /home/user2 -r -s /bin/bash user2"
+
+# user3 will be managed in the useradd-example-user3 pacakge:
+USERADD_PARAM_${PN}-user3 = "-u 1202 -d /home/user3 -r -s /bin/bash user3"
+
+# GROUPADD_PARAM works the same way, which you set to the options
+# you'd normally pass to the groupadd command. This will create
+# groups group1 and group2:
+GROUPADD_PARAM_${PN} = "-g 880 group1; -g 890 group2"
+
+# Likewise, we'll manage group3 in the useradd-example-user3 package:
+GROUPADD_PARAM_${PN}-user3 = "-g 900 group3"
+
+do_install () {
+	install -d -m 755 ${D}/usr/share/user1
+	install -d -m 755 ${D}/usr/share/user2
+	install -d -m 755 ${D}/usr/share/user3
+
+	install -p -m 644 file1 ${D}/usr/share/user1/
+	install -p -m 644 file2 ${D}/usr/share/user1/
+
+	install -p -m 644 file2 ${D}/usr/share/user2/
+	install -p -m 644 file3 ${D}/usr/share/user2/
+
+	install -p -m 644 file3 ${D}/usr/share/user3/
+	install -p -m 644 file4 ${D}/usr/share/user3/
+
+	# The new users and groups are created before the do_install
+	# step, so you are now free to make use of them:
+	chown -R user1 ${D}/usr/share/user1
+	chown -R user2 ${D}/usr/share/user2
+	chown -R user3 ${D}/usr/share/user3
+
+	chgrp -R group1 ${D}/usr/share/user1
+	chgrp -R group2 ${D}/usr/share/user2
+	chgrp -R group3 ${D}/usr/share/user3
+}
+
+FILES_${PN} = "/usr/share/user1/* /usr/share/user2/*"
+FILES_${PN}-user3 = "/usr/share/user3/*"