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When I "gomote push" to a gomote host, it writes all of the files and directories it copies over as user "root".
When I "gomote ssh", it logs me in as "gopher". At that point, I don't have permissions to modify any of the files or directories, so things like all.bash don't work when it tries to write anything.
Building Go cmd/dist using /tmp/workdir/go1.4.
go install _/tmp/workdir/go/src/cmd/dist: open cmd/dist/dist: permission denied
At least, this is true on openbsd-amd64.
It would also be nice to set GOROOT_BOOTSTRAP to /tmp/workdir/go1.4 when ssh-ing in.
But only if it was already gomote pushed?