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Re: protections for install

From: kai . grossjohann
Subject: Re: protections for install
Date: Wed, 20 Aug 2003 23:00:36 +0200 (MEST)

> I just installed tramp-2.0.35, and found that the default protections 
> got from extracting the tar didn't allow me to build with my own 
> account, and install as root (with or without sudo), since my home 
> directory is nfs mounted from a storage server not trusting my root 
> account over nfs. 
> Thus, the missing of o+r on files and o+rx on directories went in the 
> way. 
Good point.  Hm.  Actually, I just run tar to pack it all up, so it uses the
current permissions of my working copy.  Do I need to 
change the permissions of the current directory before running tar to make a
tarball with the right permissions? 

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