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#!/bin/bash -e
# Remove leftover bootstrap log files.
rm -f /var/log/bootstrap.log >>/var/log/rootfs-cleanups.log
# Choose a locale and regenerate it to eliminate LC warnings.
echo en_US.UTF-8 UTF-8 >/etc/locale.gen
locale-gen 2>&1 >>/var/log/rootfs-cleanups.log
echo LANG=en_US.UTF-8 >/etc/locale.conf
# Add the mendel user and give them all the access they need.
if ! grep -qE '^mendel:' /etc/passwd; then
adduser mendel --home /home/mendel --shell /bin/bash --disabled-password --gecos "" 2>&1 >>/var/log/rootfs-cleanups.log
mkdir -p /home/mendel 2>&1 >>/var/log/rootfs-cleanups.log
chown mendel:mendel /home/mendel 2>&1 >>/var/log/rootfs-cleanups.log
echo 'mendel:mendel' |chpasswd 2>&1 >>/var/log/rootfs-cleanups.log
# Create group apex to give mendel user r/w privileges to apex devices
if ! grep -qE '^apex:' /etc/group; then
groupadd apex 2>&1 >>/var/log/rootfs-cleanups.log
# Reload and trigger udev rules so that apex devices get proper attributes
udevadm control --reload-rules
udevadm trigger
MENDEL_GROUPS="adm audio bluetooth games i2c input plugdev staff sudo users video netdev systemd-journal apex"
for i in $MENDEL_GROUPS; do
echo "runonce: adding mendel to $i" 2>&1 >>/var/log/rootfs-cleanups.log
adduser mendel $i 2>&1 >>/var/log/rootfs-cleanups.log