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#1 rhexter

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Posted 30 May 2013 - 12:19 AM

Guys,
I’m at a bit of a loss here with installing my home server and getting p4d up and running.
I am also new to Ubuntu Server.

I downloaded p4d from here:
http://www.perforce....20-User Edition

I selected the free 20 user version path:
Linux
Linux kernel 2.6 for 64-bit Intel (theres no amd option? Should there be? I am using an old AMD based system for this)
2013.1/628821

Installation:
p4admin                                         (account is in sudoers)
~/p4root
~/p4dump/journal
~/p4dump/p4err

/usr/local/bin/p4d   (p4admin owns this)
/usr/local/bin/p4     (p4admin owns this)

P4V
/usr/local/p4v-2013.1.611503 (linked to)
/usr/local/p4v.latest

Environment
~/.pam_environment/
PATH DEFAULT=${PATH}:/usr/local/p4.latest
P4ROOT =/home/p4admin/p4root
P4JOURNAL=/home/p4admin/p4dump
P4ERROR=/home/p4admin/p4dump
P4PORT=1666

Error
I startup and I hit this:

Perforce server error:
    Unlicensed server cannot start while over user/client quota.
    Database open error on db.counters!
    open: db.counters: Permission denied

There's only two user accounts on the system. my p4admin account and a personal account i used to setup with.
What do I do, I thought this was a free 20 user license, please advise?

#2 P4Matt

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Posted 30 May 2013 - 12:28 AM

Looks like the the db files aren't accessible to the Perforce server. What does ls -l say on on the db files?

#3 rhexter

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Posted 30 May 2013 - 12:39 AM

sorry for the stupidity:

the db files being : ~/p4root ?

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Posted 30 May 2013 - 12:52 AM

Okay so there appeared to be some group ownership issues on p4 and p4d.

this has now allowed me to run "p4d &" and there are now db.* files in the p4root directory.

excellent!





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