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Re: for better ipv6 support
Jun-ichiro itojun Itoh <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> >> I'm using FreeBSD 2.2.. In the system $(INSTALL_DATA)
> >> (/usr/bin/install -o bin -g bin) generated some error, as I (as
> >> non-root) cannot chown/chmod to arbitrary user.
> >Ah, then why don't you just use install (w/o -o,-g)? cp isn't really a
> >good solution IMO.
> I'm okay with /usr/bin/install, but anyway Makefile.in needs some
> fix, as INSTALL_DATA has -o and -g in some systems.
I'm confused. Where does that value of INSTALL_DATA `/usr/bin/install
-o bin -g bin' come from? It's not set to that value in any of the
heimdal files so it must be set to that value in some system file.
The only place where I can found INSTALL_DATA being set on FreeBSD
it's in /usr/share/mk/bsd.port.mk. Where do you include that file? I
assume that you're using BSD make, is that right?