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My intention is to generate redistributable binaries of a compiler which is a spinoff of Open64. I am doing a ./configure - make - make install on my build machine, ...
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- 11-13-2011 #1
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- Nov 2011
"Permissions Denied" after moving files from one $USER to another
My intention is to generate redistributable binaries of a compiler which is a spinoff of Open64. I am doing a ./configure - make - make install on my build machine, and I archived the content of the installdir and moved it to another machine under another user for testing. Upon testing, I see that the copied files still tries to access some files at a path which are in my $HOME - and hence that user gets a "permissions denied" error. Prior to creating a tarball of installdir, I am making all the files as universally +rwx.
--In build directory /path/to/srcdir/configure --prefix=/path/to/installdir make make install
tar xvzf archive.tar.gz --owner=<user>
- 11-15-2011 #2
- Join Date
- Apr 2004
Can you give us more information about what you are doing. The actual command you are using to create the tar file and a copy of the exact error you are getting would be favourite. Pasting in the entire create and install attempt will hopefully give us enough information to solve your problem.
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