Hi, Ralf. So it seems that either approach works. One can `chmod u+w *`
or `chmod u+w configure` on its own, allowing the autogen process to
complete successfully on FreeBSD 6.2. Note also, that neither change to
autogen.sh breaks the Linux autogen process.
Ralf Wildenhues wrote:
> Hello Karol,
> * Karol Mroz wrote on Wed, Sep 19, 2007 at 07:23:50PM CEST:
>> When running the autogen.sh script as non-root, I see the following error:
>> autom4te-2.61: cannot open configure: Permission denied
>> After some searching, it would appear that this is an autoconf issue
>> that crops up in FreeBSD but, for whatever reason, not in Linux. A quick
>> workaround is to add: `chmod -vr u+w *` just before autogen issues the
>> `run_and_check $ompi_autoconf` command on line 438.
> I can look into this if needed. Is it sufficient to make
> opal/libltdl/configure writable, or its containing directory?
> As a workaround you should be able to use nightly tarballs
> instead of the SVN version.
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