Re: file compressing and attributes
Give the full path of the file to tar. e.g.
tar czvf foobar.tar.gz /home/foo/foo.bar
That's the problem. After extracting as root the directories' attributes
are set to root's uid/gid. Only foo.bar is owned by user foo.
- Re: file compressing and attributes
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