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symbiosis-email-encrypt-passwords --verbose command is not recognised #65

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joolsr opened this issue Jun 23, 2017 · 2 comments
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symbiosis-email-encrypt-passwords --verbose command is not recognised #65

joolsr opened this issue Jun 23, 2017 · 2 comments
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@joolsr joolsr commented Jun 23, 2017

Using Symbiosis Wheezy.

I need to encrypt a users email account password. Although I remember the password file for a user usually is updated with an encrypted version of same password this doesnt appear to be working for me at the moment.

I tried the below command from /srv as admin user

symbiosis-email-encrypt-passwords --verbose

but just get

-bash: symbiosis-email: command not found

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@joolsr joolsr commented Jun 23, 2017

Just spoke to Bytemark Support and for this command you need to prefix with 'sudo'. Then it worked fine for me.

So just take this as a note to add 'sudo' to the docs for this command ;-)

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@patch0 patch0 commented Jul 7, 2017

The sudo requirement is because of the path. It was not anticipated that users would want to run symbiosis-email-encrypt-passwords by hand, as it is run on a cron (although one of the crontab entries is wrong #72)

Without sudo, you can run /usr/sbin/symbiosis-email-encrypt-passwords --verbose and that should do the trick.

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