Subject: Re: R-0.90.0 untar
From: Peter Dalgaard BSA (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue 23 Nov 1999 - 03:34:53 EST
Thomas Vogels <email@example.com> writes:
> Martin Maechler <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Martin> tar tfvz R-0.90.0.tgz
> Martin> lists most files with permissions
> Martin> -rw-rwSr--
> One reason you may get these warnings is when you try this in AFS
> land (maybe also with NFS). As far as I can tell, AFS doesn't allow
> the set-gid bit and it wouldn't make much sense anyway for AFS.
> So I'm not surprised that some people see a different behavior between
> local untaring and untaring on a mounted disk.
> Hmm, the odd thing may be that I usually see the set-gid bit only for
> directories (where it's "standard" to have them for a Linux box).
Probably when we setgid our development directories the files in CVS
got setgid as well. (chmod -R will do that...)
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