|From:||Fernando de Oliveira|
|Subject:||Re: [Bug-gnuzilla] IceCat 12.0: /bin/bash: src/.deps/.dirstamp: Permission denied|
|Date:||Mon, 4 Jun 2012 10:31:22 -0700 (PDT)|
|On 03-06-2012 16:42, Adam Bogacki wrote:|
> I downloaded and unpacked icecat-12, made sure I had all the
> dependencies in Ubuntu Natty,
> and proceeded with 'sudo ./configure && make' only to find that the
> process finished with
I believe the problem comes from running ./configure with sudo (as root),
as any new file/directory created will be owned by root. Then, you run make as
normal user and have no privileges to deal with the new files/directories.
No need for sudo or root user, when running configure, make, nor usually with
"make check" or "make test". Actually it is dangerous, doing so.
Earlier today, I could not login into my main system, due to making tests
when building OpenJDK-22.214.171.124, because "shadow" was overwritten (I solved the
problem, but some months ago, would not have been able to do so, and would
have considered it a not-fixable system).
Only for "make install" or for copying the generated binaries, root
(sudo, su, ...) is required.
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