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Re: adding the default user to another group fails

Hi Ben,

On Fri, Feb 04, 2011 at 02:57:34PM -0400, Ben Armstrong wrote:
> On 02/04/2011 02:31 PM, Andreas B. Mundt wrote:
> > I use the 'auto' directory for configuration (only small modifications
> > from the 'default' as described in the manual, i.e. a few extra
> > packages etc.).  Could this explain why it doesn't work?
> Only if your "auto/clean" script is broken. Verify that the "chroot"
> directory is gone after you "lb clean". If it is, you're OK.

No it's gone:

andi@flashgordon:~/devel/debian-live$ sudo lb clean
P: Executing auto/clean script.
P: Cleaning chroot
andi@flashgordon:~/devel/debian-live$ ls
auto  cache  config

> Please note that since "lb build" must be run as root, "lb clean" should
> be as well, in order to delete the files and directories you otherwise
> would not own.

Yeah, I always use sudo for all commands.

Hmm ... :(



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