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Re: owner of /etc /boot and / (related to can't su thread???)



Paul Howarth wrote:

Seems reasonable.

If you're in doubt about what the ownership and permissions of a particular file should be, you could try asking rpm.

e.g. to check /boot, you could use:

$ rpm -qlfv /boot | awk '$9 == "/boot"'
drwxr-xr-x    2 root    root                0 Aug 12  2004 /boot

(replace both occurrences of /boot in the command line above with the full pathname of any file you wish to check)

Paul.

Now THIS is what I call HELP!

Great post!

Mike

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