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  • Intel Inside
    when i extract file...there are error like this [root@localhost ]# tar -xvzf daemon_1.3.23.tgz tar: README: Cannot change ownership to uid 500, gid 100:
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 3, 2002
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      when i extract file...there are error like this

      [root@localhost ]# tar -xvzf daemon_1.3.23.tgz

      tar: README: Cannot change ownership to uid 500, gid 100: Operation not permitted

      detect/ detect/Makefile

      tar: detect/Makefile: Cannot change ownership to uid 500, gid 100: Operation not permitted

      detect/Makefile.tmpl

      tar: detect/Makefile.tmpl: Cannot change ownership to uid 500, gid 100: Operation not permitted

      detect/mod_detect.c

      tar: detect/mod_detect.c: Cannot change ownership to uid 500, gid 100: Operation not permitted

      detect/defines.h

      tar: detect/defines.h: Cannot change ownership to uid 500, gid 100: Operation not permitted

      detect/.indent.pro

      tar: detect/.indent.pro: Cannot change ownership to uid 500, gid 100: Operation not permitted

      detect.data

      tar: detect.data: Cannot change ownership to uid 500, gid 100: Operation not permitted

      tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors

      --------------------------------------------------------------------------

      [root@localhost exploit]# id

      uid=0(root) gid=0(root) groups=0(root),1(bin),2(daemon),3(sys),4(adm),6(disk),10(wheel)

      --------------------------------------------------------------------------

      [root@localhost exploit]# whoami

      root

      --------------------------------------------------------------------------



      where is the problem

      thank's



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    • nightseraph
      ... not permitted ... Could it be that you are extracting the file onto a Windows partition? FAT filesystems don t support ownerships or permissions from what
      Message 2 of 2 , Aug 3, 2002
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        --- In LINUX_Newbies@y..., "Intel Inside" <nike_sipatu@y...> wrote:
        > when i extract file...there are error like this
        >
        > [root@localhost ]# tar -xvzf daemon_1.3.23.tgz
        >
        > tar: README: Cannot change ownership to uid 500, gid 100: Operation
        not permitted
        >

        Could it be that you are extracting the file onto a Windows
        partition? FAT filesystems don't support ownerships or permissions
        from what I understand...

        Cheers,
        Phil
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