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Re: Since when is listing of directories mandatory



On 8/24/06, Christian Goetze <cg sensage com> wrote:
Oh, and here is the error I see if I don't specify the directories in
the file list.

Next time please try to specify when you are using --relocate, I have
very different answers for --relocate than for "normal" installs.

Meanwhile ....
<snip>
error: unpacking of archive failed on file
/home/andy/work/geary/runtime/debug/latest/lib/fonts/fireflysung-1.3.0/AUTHO
RS;44ee2dc0: cpio: lsetfilecon failed - No such file or directory

A lsetfilecon failure is a SELinux problem due to incorrectly specified
or (more likely with --relocate) unspecified file contexts.

Disabling SELinux is the quick fix, using rpm2cpio to unpack is another
perhaps less draconian fix.

The best (and pretty difficult) fix is to write policy for the (home) directory
tree that you are trying to relocate into.

hth

73 de Jeff


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