Vine Server and Code Signing

Does Vine Server write to its own bundle?

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If so, that would explain the behavior that I am having. I have the Firewall in 10.5 set to only allow specified applications. So, after every launch of Vine Server, I am presented with the same Allow/Disallow window every single time.

Usually, this behavior is caused by applications that write to their own bundles instead of writing to a /Library/Appications Support/APPNAME folder.

Is this the case with Vine Server? If so, is there an ETA for when a fix will be posted?

Comments

  • JonathanOSXJonathanOSX ForumAdmin admin
    In the default configuration, no Vine Server shouldn't write inside it's own application folder. With sym-linking or manually overriding some dwrites and changing the application permissions you could create that situation.
  • codesign -vvv /Applications/Vine\ Server.app 
    /Applications/Vine Server.app: a sealed resource is missing or invalid 
    /Applications/Vine Server.app/Contents/Resources/OSXvnc-server: resource modified
    

    What steps would you take to fix this situation?
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