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is that possible? every time i create a symbolic link it is owned by root, whether or not
@khuongdb, what OS and distro are you using?
Running RHEL 6.2 x86_64. The same here the symbolic link is owned by root. Maybe combine it with lchown
When i run this I expect the link to be owned by 'user1'
ark "app" do
To solve the problem I just run a ruby_block after this to chown the link.
what problem does it cause that the link is owned by root? please help me understand. I don't see the lchown command on my rhel 6.2 system. what package provides it?
Sorry my mistake. It should has been chown. I.e. when I what to unpack jboss-4.2.3.GA.tar.gz I want to use this folder structure.
/var/jboss -> /var/jboss-4.2.3.GA
ark "jboss" do
The jboss user will own the installation folder /var/jboss-4.2.3.GA. Because other programs is only using the link /var/jboss I want the permission to be the same as the concrete folder so I will not have any permission issue if the owner of the link is the same.