[Slackbuilds-users] 14.0 muse doinst setcap failing.

openpandora at free.fr openpandora at free.fr
Wed Feb 27 00:36:01 UTC 2013

Mmm where in the config/options is located this capabilities option ?
Didn't see it for now.

Quoting B Watson <yalhcru at gmail.com>:

> On 2/26/13, openpandora at free.fr <openpandora at free.fr> wrote:
> >> Also, on ARM device, the setcap fails with a "operation not supported",
> > Oh, i've just realized maybe it's because i'm on ext2 ?
> ext2 should support filesystem capabilities, the same as ext3 and ext4 do.
> Maybe your ARM kernel doesn't have filesystem capabilities built in?
> The muse has at least one unfriendly thing it does, not related to
> capabilities. In the doinst.sh:
> if grep GROUP\=\"audio\" /lib/udev/rules.d/65-permissions.rules >
> /dev/null; then
>   echo > /dev/null
> else
>   sed '/^KERNEL=="rtc\|rtc0"/s!$! , GROUP="audio"!' -i
> /lib/udev/rules.d/65-permissions.rules
> fi
> As I understand it, packages aren't supposed to modify the contents
> of /lib/udev. Instead, the modified rules should get installed
> to /etc/udev/rules.d. Not to mention, modifying the contents of a
> standard rules file is something that can't be undone when the package is
> removed... and if the udev package gets updated after muse is installed,
> muse will break (because the modified 65-permissions.rules will get
> overwritten with one from the new udev).
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