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Bug#238334: marked as done (dpkg: -x changes the permissions of the target dir)



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From: "Jean-Luc Coulon (f5ibh)" <jean-luc.coulon@wanadoo.fr>
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Subject: dpkg: -x changes the permissions of the target dir
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Hello,

If I do a  dpkg -x <package_name> <target_directory>, the
permissions of the target directory are changed to 
rwxr-xr-x  root root  

(I had my /tmp (1777 permission) changed this way :-/ )

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Regards
		- Jean-Luc

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* "Jean-Luc Coulon (f5ibh)" 

| If I do a  dpkg -x <package_name> <target_directory>, the
| permissions of the target directory are changed to 
| rwxr-xr-x  root root  

No, they are not.

They are however changed according to what is in the deb, which I
believe is correct behaviour:

: tfheen@yiwaz /tmp > mkdir a
: tfheen@yiwaz /tmp > tar cf test.tar a 
: tfheen@yiwaz /tmp > chmod 700 a 
: tfheen@yiwaz /tmp > ls -ld a
drwx------    2 tfheen   tfheen       4096 2004-03-31 17:38 a/
: tfheen@yiwaz /tmp > tar xf test.tar 
: tfheen@yiwaz /tmp > ls -ld a
drwxr-xr-x    2 tfheen   tfheen       4096 2004-03-31 17:38 a/
: tfheen@yiwaz /tmp >

>From dpkg-deb(1):

       --extract, -x, --vextract, -X
              Extracts  the  filesystem  tree  from a package archive into the
              specified directory.

              --vextract (-X) prints a listing of the files  extracted  as  it
              goes, while --extract (-x) is silent unless an error occurs.

              Note  that  extracting  a package to the root directory will not
              result in a correct installation !  Use dpkg  to  install  pack-
              ages.

I'm closing this non-bug, please feel free to convince me otherwise.

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