[SM-Discuss] Weirdness with /tmp
Seth Alan Woolley
seth at positivism.org
Wed May 18 14:45:46 EDT 2005
smgl-fhs is to make sure we have an FHS-compliant set of directories.
We had a few spells that expected them so chroot creation is helped by
having a single spell handle it -- it appears you've found a bug in how
it sets permissions. I thought it wasn't going to mess with permissions
unless it has to create a new directory there, but apparently it mangles
permissions. Eric, what did you do now?
On Wed, May 18, 2005 at 02:28:55PM -0400, Sergey A. Lipnevich wrote:
> I didn't. And I remember it was in the list of spells to be cast, as
> of basesystem or something like that. Why would it change permissions on
> Quoting Seth Alan Woolley <seth at positivism.org>:
> >Do you have smgl-fhs installed? Can you check the date the permissions
> >where changed with the activity log?
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