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Grigori Fursin edited this page May 16, 2018 · 7 revisions

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Notes:

  • It is possible to use sudo by adding --sudo to command line, i.e.

ck run program --sudo

However, files, generated by a program, may have root ownership and may not be processed/deleted by CK. Hence, it is possible to set CK_SUDO_POST that will change ownership back to user. One may set up this variable in .profile (or other OS specific file) as follows:

export CK_SUDO_POST="sudo chown -R $USER:[group] *"

where [group] should be user group. It may also be $USER on UBUNTU, i.e.:

export CK_SUDO_POST="sudo chown -R $USER:$USER *"

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