[Lazarus] Exception=Unable to create file "/etc/fppkg/default"
Joost van der Sluis
joost at cnoc.nl
Sun Dec 30 19:25:50 CET 2018
Op 30-12-18 om 18:17 schreef Vojtěch Čihák via lazarus:
> What config file?
> My /etc/fppkg.cfg is:
This is really strange, I would like to know how you've got into this
There are two configuration-files for fppkg, the 'normal'
configuration-file fppkg.cfg and the compiler-configuration file,
normally called 'default'. The fppkf.cfg file has a reference to the
location of the compiler-configuration files.
In your case you do have a fppkg.cfg file in /etc, but you do not have
the corresponding compiler-configuration file /etc/fppkg/default. It
must have been deleted or never been made?
Just remove /etc/fppkg.cfg. In that case a new file will be created
automatically in your user-profile.
It is this automatic creation of those files that bites you. Normally it
only creates files in /etc when you are root. But because there is a
/etc/fppkg.cfg file, you get into trouble. I'll try to fix that.
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