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- From: firstname.lastname@example.org ()
- Date: Sat, 27 Oct 2012 17:11:09 -0000
permissions aren't sensible. They're weird. Thorough documentation doesn't make them any less weird. > and it would be extremely unusual to have /usr/local on something > other than ext*, so much so that a comment to that effect would > absolutely be warranted if it were the case. I frequently put /usr/local on NFS volumes when deploying across large pools of hosts. I'm not the only one to ever do this. It isn't unusual at all. > NO, IT IS NOT. If the files were not there, he would STILL get a > permission denied after chmod 0. This conforms exactly to what I > said. Irrelevant. What Bill was expecting was "file not found" which GCC passes over for optional include and library directories. What he got was the unexpected "permission denied" error and GCC failing. -- Rich P.