From: William Xu <william.xwl@gm...> - 2006-08-06 14:31:44
Funda Wang <fundawang@...> writes:
> Why does zhcon uses 'chmod' rather than more standard way 'install' command?
> src/Makefile.in, src/Makefile.am:
> chmod 4755 $(bindir)/zhcon
> The result is when I build a package of zhcon, I got following errors:
> chmod 4755 /usr/bin/zhcon: permission denied
Maybe you should install it as root?
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From: Zhang Le <zhang.le.mail@gm...> - 2006-08-06 21:34:06
On 06/08/06, Funda Wang <fundawang@...> wrote:
> > Well, I just use $prefix/etc. Previously it's /etc/ but I think it's
> > too messy to put everything under /etc/.
> But /usr/etc is too strange for an application. If you don't like
> /etc, /etc/zhcon/zhcon.conf would be a better choice.
I just assume the followings:
For most users that compile from source, default /usr/local/etc/ is fine.
For package maintainers, they will patch the makefile to use
/etc/zhcon.conf anyway if it looks strange to compile whatever distro
standard they use (such as debian)
I'm open to suggestion on this.
> BTW, I'm compiling zhcon 0.2.6 under xorg 7.1 with gcc 4.1. It seems
> that C-A-H doesn't work while it should pop up the help screen. And,
I'm aware of this.
> I cannot swtich the input method via C-Fn. The only working shortcut
> is Ctrl+Space, it can be used to switch between Quanpin and En.
It works fine for me when debugging under xwindow (vis libggi) so I
just assume it will be fine when running on console. Too bad I do not
have root access on the machine I use. I'm putting this to my check
Thanks for reporting.
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