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Re: Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) introduces the rootless security model

Hi Victor,

I'm not on El Capitan yet, but I think it is not so big concern, because
you may be allowed to write in /usr/local.
/usr/bin/emacs bundled in Current OS X Yosemite is 22.1.1, so I always
install newest Emacs with Homebrew into /usr/local.

Best regards.

Victor Tsaran <vtsaran@gmail.com> writes:

> Hi.
> The reason I wanted to write about this to the list is because this
> security model changes access priveleges to certain directories even if you
> are working with them via sudo. For example, when performing a "sudo make
> install" as the last step of Emacspeak installation, the "make" will fail
> when trying to create an emacspeak directory under
> /usr/share/emacs/site-lisp.
> There is a way to turn the feature off, as pointed out here,
> http://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/196224/unix-ln-s-command-not-permitted-in-osx-el-capitan-beta3,
> but I don't think this will be possible in all user contexts.
> Thoughts?
> Best,
> Victor

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