Bug#810697: fwupdate: unowned files after purge (policy 6.8, 10.8): /var/cache/fwupdate/done
Le 11/01/2016 23:07, Mario Limonciello a écrit :
> Thanks, Sure thing. I've staged something in git to clean these up.
> The directory in /boot/efi isn't owned because it's possible that the
> /boot/efi partition isn't mounted for some reason. The contents of
> /boot/efi/EFI/fw are written only by fwupdate as far as I'm aware. I'll
> clean up that directory during purge too. If there ends up being a
> reason this is a bad idea, please report it.
Remove all directories you created with something like
rmdir --parents --ignore-fail-on-non-empty /boot/efi/EFI/fw
( cd /boot/efi && rmdir --parents --ignore-fail-on-non-empty EFI/fw )
if you do not create /boot/efi
So, if a user put another file in theses directories, the file
and its directory will be kept.
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