On Fri, Feb 22, 2008 at 11:25:48AM -0500, Rafal Boni wrote: | Rafal Boni wrote: | >Folks: | > I've now seen this on 3 machines, and paid a lot more attention to | >my install attempt on the last one and I don't think it's user error. | > | > I just rebuilt my tree a few days ago and was getting around to | >installing it, when I noticed that all binaries (and some important dirs | >like the sshd chroot, etc.) were owned by rafal:staff. This is a pain | >if you want to log into the machine ;) | > | >My install command was the usual: | > | > ./build.sh -T /extra/tools -O /extra/sparc64/obj -D | >/extra/sparc64/root install=/ | | Oops, Matt would be correct.. that should have a -U on it. I guess I | convinced myself otherwise while attempting to upgrade the sgimips box | by hand (because I didn't have a tooldir) and then propagated the error | to the other two machines I was upgrading. | | D'oh! Nevermind, sorry.. another case of User Brain Damage.. This is why I recommend _not_ using "./build.sh install=...". Do "./build.sh [...] distribution sets" and extract the tar files as root. Less chance of a stuff-up.
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