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I’m trying to use
executorType: machine with Go due to an issue with volume mounting with the
executorType: docker. When I try to set my workDir to
/go/src/github.com/projectorg/projectid I get this error:
mkdir: cannot create directory ‘/go’: Permission denied
This worked on the
executorType: docker, so are the permissions different when using the
executorType: machine? Would you happen to have any examples of Go used on
That does seem odd. Can you check the permissions on /go? Is it created first? As root, you should not run into any permission errors.
Perhaps you can try throwing a sudo in there?
Here’s the YAML format I’m using:
executorType: machine stages: build: parallel: 2 workDir: /go/src/github.com/projectorg/projectid steps: - type: shell name: Initialize working directory pwd: / command: | sudo mkdir -p /go/src/github.com/projectorg/projectid - type: checkout``` When this gets to the checkout stage I receive this error: ```Cloning into '.'... /go/src/github.com/projectorg/projectid/.git: Permission denied Exited with code 1``` Is there any way I can get the step `type: checkout` to run in sudo?
Can you put the checkout step first?