bruce.dubbs at gmail.com
Mon Feb 5 22:41:43 PST 2007
Randy McMurchy wrote:
> Bruce Dubbs wrote these words on 02/06/07 00:02 CST:
>> Could these permissions vary with a user's umask? When entering the
>> chroot, we blow away the user's environment, but is the umask inherited?
> Not sure, but because these permission issues were first reported
> by me, and now some seem to be fixed upstream using my *exact* same
> installation (coinciding with the book's instructions) methods, I'd
> lean to this is simply something changed upstream.
> You could probably browse through the logs/makefiles and see exactly
> what is going on, but I'd bet a Coke that you can rely on my log
> files as being something that happens to all installations.
I don't have time right now, but it would be an interesting experiment:
# umask 077
# chroot (into lfs partition)
Result 077 or 022?
If a file is copied and the umask is retained, the permissions will be
wrong. Of course an install -m... and a cp -a will retain the dev's
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