Kevin P. Fleming
kpfleming at linuxfromscratch.org
Tue May 18 18:56:56 PDT 2004
> In order to install nALFS, it is necessary to make as root?
That depends on where you are trying to install it. If you want it
installed somewhere that only root can write to, then you will have to
install it as root.
> When loading a profile, why leaves this to me?
> No configuration file to read (/root/.nALFSrc)
Because you have not supplied a configuration file for the user that you
are running nALFS as (root). In the README file it tells you exactly
what to do to create this file.
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