Mike Riechers <mlr%rse.com@localhost> writes: > On Monday 26 March 2012 8:37:22 pm you wrote: >> sh: >> /usr/local/src/usr/usr.201203110000Z/xsrc/external/mit/xorg-server/dist\ >> /hw/xfree86/loader/sdksyms.sh: permission denied >> >> In my CVS checkout of netbsd-6 that is 555. Did you get the bits from >> tar, and did you use p to unpack? > > I got the bits from: > > -rw-r--r-- 1 mlr wheel 158317883 Mar 12 18:59 xsrc.tgz > > from the tars (source) included from the binaries that the 6.0 Beta > announcement directed me to. > > This is the tar -tvzf entry in the tar file: > > -rw-rw-r-- 1 root wsrc 7549 Aug 2 2011 > usr/xsrc/external/mit/xorg-server/dist/hw/xfree86/loader/sdksyms.sh > > no, I forgot, and didn't use -p to unpack. That's how I ended up with > 644 permissions, instead of the 664 permissions in the tar file. Hmm, it seems that the tar file was packed up from the wrong permissions, or else I am not following. I use checkouts from CVS (developer access, or anonymous) - which is how I checked that my sdksyms.sh was executable. It's unlikely that anything else was wrong, but cvs lets you update and rebuild along the stable branch (netbsd-6).
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