apache instruction change
archaic at linuxfromscratch.org
Fri Apr 7 22:04:22 PDT 2006
The chowning of files after install is error prone. Both on the part of
the reader and on the editor when he updates. A more manageable solution
would be to chown the source tree just before the make install command.
It requires no extra switching back and forth between user and root and
installs the files with the right ownership the first time. It also
doesn't interfere with the chowining of /srv/www. Whatcha think?
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