On Dec 7, 2005, at 3:10 PM, Dieter Maurer wrote:

Sam Moore wrote at 2005-12-6 16:59 -0500:
copying zope/component/tests/__init__.py -> <myhomedirectory>/
Zope-2.8.4-final/build-base/python-2.4/build-lib/zope/component/ tests error:<myhomedirectory>/Zope-2.8.4-final/build-base/python-2.4/ build-
lib/zope/component/tests/__init__.py: Operation not permitted

Apparently, copying "zope/component/tests/__init__.py"
to "<myhomedirectory>/>Zope-2.8.4-final/build-base/python-2.4/build-

Well no, actually - the file gets copied! i checked.
But make stops at that point.

It is likely that the copying process wants to modify permissions
and/or access times and that this raises the "Operation not permitted"

That sounds reasonable, but if I'm root (or the owner of the directory, for that matter) at the time I run make, what else can I do to get out of it?

Does the whole directory need to be world-writable?


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