1: #include "parms.h"
   2: #include "structs.h"
   3: #include <sys/types.h>
   4: #include <sys/stat.h>
   5: 
   6: #ifdef  RCSIDENT
   7: static char rcsid[] = "$Header: buildnf.c,v 1.7 85/01/18 15:05:13 notes Rel $";
   8: #endif	RCSIDENT
   9: 
  10: /*
  11:  *	buildnf
  12:  *
  13:  *	A subroutine which creates notesfiles. Given the (1) name of
  14:  *	the new notesfile and (2) the anonymous, open, and
  15:  *	networked flags this routine will create a new notesfile,
  16:  *	provided that it does not exist already.
  17:  *
  18:  *	This routine will blindly create the notesfile. It does not
  19:  *	check the real uid to see if it should create a notesfile or
  20:  *	not.
  21:  *
  22:  *	Returns:	0	Notesfile created
  23:  *			-1	Error in notesfile creation
  24:  *			-2	Notesfile exists
  25:  *
  26:  *	Extracted from old "mknf" mainline. Modified mknf so it
  27:  *	calls this routine.
  28:  *	Also put conditional code into newsinput.c to create the
  29:  *	new notesfile if desired.
  30:  *
  31:  *	Original Coding:	Ray Essick	October 13, 1982
  32:  */
  33: #define N_UMASK     0               /* when making nf's */
  34: 
  35: buildnf (nfname, basedir, Aflag, Oflag, Nflag)
  36: char   *nfname;
  37: char   *basedir;                    /* nf directory */
  38: int     Aflag,
  39:         Oflag,
  40:         Nflag;
  41: {
  42:     struct io_f io;
  43:     char   *p;                      /* misc. pointer */
  44:     int     i;                      /* misc counter */
  45:     int     fid;                    /* misc file id */
  46:     struct daddr_f  freetext;               /* for writing */
  47:     struct descr_f  descr;              /* for writing, too */
  48:     struct perm_f   perms[NPERMS];
  49:     struct perm_f   pentry;             /* single entry */
  50:     struct auth_f   me;                 /* for access list */
  51:     char    cmdline[WDLEN];             /* for mkdir */
  52:     char    pathname[WDLEN];                /* for filenames */
  53:     char    filename[WDLEN];                /* for filenames */
  54:     FILE * seqfile;
  55:     FILE * pfile;                   /* access list mods */
  56:     struct stat statval;                /* testing existence */
  57:     int     old_umask;                  /* save his mask */
  58: 
  59:     globuid = Notesuid;                 /* must be notes to work */
  60:                             /* users can't see this */
  61:     if (chkpath (nfname))
  62:     {
  63:     printf ("Invalid notesfile name: `%s'\n", nfname);
  64:     return (-1);                    /* bad return */
  65:     }
  66: 
  67:     if (stat (basedir, &statval) == -1)         /* can we read basedir? */
  68:     {
  69:     printf ("can't stat (assumed directory) %s\n", basedir);
  70:     return (-1);                    /* error in creation */
  71:     }
  72: 
  73:     sprintf (pathname, "%s/%s", basedir, nfname);
  74:     if (stat (pathname, &statval) == 0)         /* check existence */
  75:     {
  76:     printf ("Notesfile already exists\n");
  77: /*
  78:  *	Could talk about whether it's a file or directory...
  79:  *	but probably not worth it.
  80:  */
  81:     return (-2);                    /* already exists */
  82:     }
  83: 
  84:     old_umask = umask (N_UMASK);            /* clear mask */
  85: #ifdef  BSD42
  86:     {
  87:     /*
  88: 	 * take advantage of 4.2 bsd system call...
  89: 	 */
  90:     mkdir (pathname, 0770);             /* make the directory */
  91:     }
  92: #else
  93:     {
  94:     /*
  95: 	 * do it the hard way ... by forking children
  96: 	 */
  97: #ifndef FASTFORK
  98:     sprintf (cmdline, "mkdir %s", pathname);    /* build command */
  99:     dounix (cmdline, 1, 0);             /* execute, captain */
 100:     sprintf (cmdline, "chmod 0770 %s", pathname);   /* protect him */
 101:     dounix (cmdline, 1, 0);             /* really do it */
 102: #else
 103:     dounix (1, 0, "/bin/mkdir", pathname, 0, 0, 0);
 104:     dounix (1, 0, "/bin/chmod", "0770", pathname, 0, 0);
 105: #endif	FASTFORK
 106:     }
 107: #endif	BSD42
 108: 
 109: /*
 110:  *	Now build the files within the directory
 111:  *	Build a default notesfile descriptor and then override with
 112:  *	his specific values.
 113:  */
 114: 
 115: 
 116:     initdescr (&descr);                 /* make default */
 117: 
 118:     glocknf (&io, SEQLOCK);             /* grab sequence # */
 119:     sprintf (cmdline, "%s/%s", Mstdir, SEQ);
 120:     x ((seqfile = fopen (cmdline, "r")) == NULL, "mknf: open unique");
 121:     x (fscanf (seqfile, "%d", &i) != 1, "mknf: unique read");
 122:     descr.d_nfnum = i++;
 123:     fclose (seqfile);                   /* close it and */
 124:     x ((seqfile = fopen (cmdline, "w")) == NULL, "mknf: reopen unique");
 125:     fprintf (seqfile, "%d\n", i);           /* update */
 126:     fclose (seqfile);
 127:     gunlocknf (&io, SEQLOCK);               /* release file */
 128: 
 129:     strncpy (descr.d_title, nfname, NNLEN);
 130:     descr.d_title[NNLEN - 1] = '\0';            /* null it */
 131: 
 132:     if (Aflag)                      /* he wants anon */
 133:     descr.d_stat |= ANONOK;
 134:     if (Oflag)                      /* open */
 135:     descr.d_stat |= OPEN;
 136:     if (Nflag)                      /* networkable */
 137:     descr.d_stat |= NETWRKD;
 138: 
 139: 
 140:     sprintf (filename, "%s/%s", pathname, INDEXN);  /* make the file */
 141:     x ((fid = creat (filename, 0660)) < 0, "build:  Cant create note.indx");
 142:     x (write (fid, &descr, sizeof descr) != sizeof descr,
 143:         "build:  Cant write note.indx");
 144:     x (close (fid) < 0, "build: bad note.indx close");
 145: 
 146: /*
 147:  *	Now create the text file
 148:  */
 149: 
 150:     sprintf (filename, "%s/%s", pathname, TEXT);
 151:     x ((fid = creat (filename, 0660)) < 0, "build:  Cant create text");
 152:     freetext.addr = sizeof freetext;            /* past address slot */
 153:     if (freetext.addr & 1)              /* odd (shouldn't be) */
 154:     freetext.addr++;                /* make it even */
 155:     x (write (fid, &freetext, sizeof freetext) != sizeof freetext,
 156:         "build:  Cant write text");
 157: 
 158:     x (close (fid) < 0, "build: bad text close");
 159: 
 160: /*
 161:  *	Now the response index file.
 162:  */
 163: 
 164:     sprintf (filename, "%s/%s", pathname, INDEXR);
 165:     x ((fid = creat (filename, 0660)) < 0, "build:  Cant create resp.indx");
 166:     i = 0;                      /* resp 0 slot free */
 167:     x (write (fid, &i, sizeof i) != sizeof i, "build:  Cant write resp.indx");
 168:     x (close (fid) < 0, "build: bad close of resp.indx");
 169: 
 170: /*
 171:  *	Build the access list.  This is a two phase operation.
 172:  *	The first phase builds a default access list.  This
 173:  *	is set up with one director (the notes signon) and
 174:  *	a group "Other" with read/write.  System "Other" also
 175:  *	has read/write privileges.  This is basically a wide-open
 176:  *	policy.
 177:  *	The second phase is customization.  This step uses the
 178:  *	contents of the file ..../notes/.utilities/access-template
 179:  *	as a batch of access specifications (like nfaccess)
 180:  *	to add/modify specific permissions.
 181:  */
 182: 
 183:     sprintf (filename, "%s/%s", pathname, ACCESS);  /* build simple */
 184:     x ((fid = creat (filename, 0660)) < 0, "build: couldnt create access");
 185:     getname (&me, 0);                   /* grab "notes" */
 186:     perms[0].ptype = PERMUSER;
 187:     strcpy (perms[0].name, me.aname);
 188:     perms[0].perms = READOK + WRITOK + RESPOK + DRCTOK;
 189:     perms[1].ptype = PERMGROUP;
 190:     strcpy (perms[1].name, "Other");
 191:     perms[1].perms = DFLTPERMS;
 192:     perms[2].ptype = PERMSYSTEM;
 193:     strcpy (perms[2].name, "Other");
 194:     perms[2].perms = DFLTPERMS;
 195: 
 196:     x (write (fid, perms, 3 * sizeof pentry) != 3 * sizeof pentry,
 197:         "build: bad access write");
 198:     x (close (fid) < 0, "build: close access broke");
 199: 
 200: /*
 201:  *	Now, process any extra specifications from utilities/access-template
 202:  *	Don't do anything unless the file exists.
 203:  */
 204: 
 205:     sprintf (filename, "%s/%s/%s-template", Mstdir, UTILITY, ACCESS);
 206:     if ((pfile = fopen (filename, "r")) != NULL)
 207:     {
 208:     char    pline[BUFSIZ];
 209:     int     nmodes,
 210:             zapindex;
 211: 
 212: 
 213:     nmodes = 0;                 /* load perms[] */
 214:     while (fgets (pline, sizeof pline, pfile) != NULL)
 215:     {
 216:         if (pline[0] == '#')            /* comment */
 217:         continue;
 218:         if (nmodes == NPERMS)           /* full list */
 219:         break;
 220:         zapindex = strlen (pline);
 221:         if (pline[zapindex] == '\n')
 222:         pline[zapindex] = '\0';         /* zap newline */
 223:         if (parsemode (pline, &perms[nmodes], 0) == 0)/* worked? */
 224:         nmodes++;               /* bump counter */
 225:     }
 226:     fclose (pfile);                 /* done with template */
 227:     if (init (&io, pathname) >= 0)          /* open the nf */
 228:     {
 229:         addmodes (&io, nmodes, perms, 0);       /* add them */
 230:         closenf (&io);
 231:     }
 232:     }
 233: 
 234:     x (umask (old_umask) != N_UMASK, "buildnf: reset umask");/* restore umask */
 235:     return 0;                       /* all's well */
 236: }
 237: 
 238: /*
 239:  *	initdescr(&descr_f)
 240:  *
 241:  *	Load a descriptor with a lot of default information
 242:  *	Other people will load things like titles and specific
 243:  *	values of flags.
 244:  */
 245: 
 246: initdescr (descr)
 247: struct descr_f *descr;
 248: {
 249:     register int    i;
 250:     register char  *p;
 251: 
 252:     descr -> d_format = DBVERSION;          /* version */
 253:     strcpy (descr -> d_title, "** Notesfile Title **");
 254:     strcpy (descr -> d_drmes, "** director message **");
 255:     descr -> d_plcy = 0;                /* no policy note */
 256:     descr -> d_id.uniqid = 0;               /* unique within nf */
 257:     strcpy (descr -> d_id.sys, System);         /* and system name */
 258: 
 259:     gettime (&descr -> d_lstxmit);          /* last network xmit */
 260:     gettime (&descr -> d_lastm);            /* last modified now */
 261:     gettime (&descr -> d_created);          /* creation date */
 262:     gettime (&descr -> d_lastuse);          /* for days online */
 263:     descr -> d_daysused = 1;                /* count making it ! */
 264:     descr -> d_stat = 0;                /* no special status */
 265:     descr -> d_nnote = 0;               /* no notes in file */
 266:     descr -> d_delnote = descr -> d_delresp = 0;    /* no holes */
 267:     descr -> d_archtime = 0;                /* default time */
 268:     descr -> d_workset = 0;             /* working set */
 269:     descr -> d_archkeep = KEEPDFLT;         /* keep/delete */
 270:     descr -> d_dmesgstat = DIRDFLT;         /* dirmsg to expire */
 271: 
 272:     descr -> d_rspwrit = descr -> d_notwrit = 0;    /* initialize stats */
 273:     descr -> d_rspread = descr -> d_notread = 0;
 274:     descr -> d_notdrop = descr -> d_rspdrop = 0;
 275:     descr -> d_orphans = 0;             /* orphan chains */
 276:     descr -> d_adopted = 0;             /* chains adopted */
 277:     descr -> entries = 0;               /* user entries */
 278:     descr -> walltime = 0;
 279:     descr -> d_rspxmit = descr -> d_notxmit = 0;    /* network activity */
 280:     descr -> d_rsprcvd = descr -> d_notrcvd = 0;
 281:     descr -> netwrkouts = descr -> netwrkins = 0;
 282:     descr -> d_longnote = MAXMSG;           /* longest permitted */
 283: }

Defined functions

initdescr defined in line 246; used 1 times

Defined variables

rcsid defined in line 7; never used

Defined macros

N_UMASK defined in line 33; used 2 times
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