Error: port activate failed: Registry error: No port of e installed.
John B Brown
jbb at vcn.com
Tue Oct 12 17:02:05 PDT 2010
On 10/12/10 5:34 PM, dgentry at localbusinesswebsites.com wrote:
> I installed Xcode successfully.
> When I ran "sudo port install apache2," I got:
> "sudo: /etc/sudoers is mode 0666, should be 0440
> Segmentation fault"
> I googled that result and then I ran "chmod 0440 /etc/sudoers." The result was:
> "chmod: Unable to change file mode on /etc/sudoers: Operation not permitted."
There are at least two "sure fire" methods of correcting any file
"permissions" problems in Mac OS 10.6; run Disk Utility App or/and
install the 10.6.4 combo update. The disk utility allows for detecting
and correcting file permissions errors. The update generally corrects
permissions errors in the file system. Whether it corrects /etc/sudoers
I do not know, but the disk utility can and will make the changes
without any arguments.
Well, sort of, as with any automatic Apple computer process.
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