/bin/sh:texis.T: Permission denied

Ruben Lopez rl4 at rkcc.net
Fri Apr 2 14:54:56 PST 2004

John <Smartcat99S at stgeorges.myvnc.com> wrote:

> Ruben Lopez wrote:
> > I am in Chp. 5 of LFS 5.1pre1 - I am using binutils 2.14 and gcc 3.3.2.
> > I was able to run configure on Glibc-2.3.3-20031202, but when I run make
> > I am getting this error:
> >
> > /bin/sh:texis.T: Permission denied
> >
> > The username is "lfs" - I am logged in as "su - lfs" and I have
> > triple-checked my bash_profile settings. I read a hint at LFS.org that
> > suggested that the file "texis" should be deleted from the glibc build
> > directory. Is this true, or do I have another problem?
> >
> >
> go back to root and do a : chown -R lfs:users glibc-*

Thanks very much... that got me thought the glibc make.

I was wondering why the permissions would need to be changed, but then I
remembered that I created the directory and extracted the files as root -
another user error.... sorry.  


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