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0000512Lazaruspublic2005-01-02 14:22
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Summary0000512: Lazarus crashes when write-permissions are missing (Linux)
DescriptionI installed the Lazarus-RPM-package under Suse 9.2.

Under /usr/share/examples there are a lot of examples. But I can't compile them because the directories have not write-permissions for normal user:

drwxr-xr-x 14 root root 4096 2004-12-22 14:06 examples

Opening an example, pressing F9 results in crashing the whole Lazarus-environment. Given the directories write-permisson - everything works fine (I mentioned the same behavior when a Lazarus-project is copied to a VFAT-partition under Linux: Wrong file-permissions - Lazarus crashes complete).
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Name: Thomas Zastrow
Mail: chef (at)
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2005-01-02 14:22

reporter   ~0000417

By mattias:

Of course not. It would be a security hole.
You have to copy the example to your user directory or install lazarus in your home directory (tgz or cvs, not rpm).


Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
2004-12-22 00:00 Bug Import New Issue
2004-12-22 00:00 Bug Import Widgetset => GTK
2005-01-02 14:22 Bug Import Note Added: 0000417
2005-01-02 14:22 Bug Import Status new => closed
2005-01-02 14:22 Bug Import Resolution open => fixed