|Subject:||Re: [Ltib] FW: ltib error|
|Date:||Wed, 07 Mar 2012 13:30:20 -0500|
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On 03/07/2012 01:18 PM, Giuseppe Ventura wrote:
Weird - LTIB's test is simple enough, it looks at "$>" in perl which is the effective user id of whoever is running it, and in your case its zero which is the user id of root - It shouldn't be, so somehow you are running as root. Did you do anything "strange' in the shell that you are trying to install/run LTIB?
1) What is the output of "whoami"?
2) What is the output of "grep guiseppe /etc/passwd" show?
3) What is the output of "touch /tmp/foobar && ls -lg /tmp/foobar"
4) What is the output of "ls -lg ltib"?
Try opening up a new shell, and make sure you are not root (i.e. whoami should *not* show root), and try installing/building LTIB again...
-- Peter Barada address@hidden
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