Commit 6daa97f4 authored by Nilton Moura's avatar Nilton Moura
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Changed sudo by su -c

The sudo command needs a tty to run. If you put this file on a CentOS 6, for example, it will not run in the host startup process. Instead, the 'su -c' runs the command apart if it has or not a tty.

I tested this change in a fresh install of gitlab on a CentOS 6.5 with successful.
parent b27bd2b1
......@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ test -f /etc/default/gitlab && . /etc/default/gitlab
# Switch to the app_user if it is not he/she who is running the script.
if [ "$USER" != "$app_user" ]; then
sudo -u "$app_user" -H -i $0 "$@"; exit;
eval su - "$app_user" -c $(echo \")$0 "$@"$(echo \"); exit;
# Switch to the gitlab path, exit on failure.
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