I'm trying to install Xilinx's Webpack on 32-bit Ubuntu. I have downloaded the image, untarred it and ran a file called xsetup that started the installation manager. When clicking on 'Install' I got this message:
Could not create destination path "/opt/Xilinx/13.4/ISE_DS"
The very same path was set as the destination folder by default.
I need to prevent the acl subtitution during folder copy and I don't know how to do.
I have two repositories, the source and the destination with different acl. Users have to copy (with windows's file explorer) some folders from source to destination but I want that the copied folder inherit the destination acl.
For use in a shell-script, I'm looking for a commandline-way to get the destination of a symbolic link. The closest I've come so far is stat -N src, which outputs src -> dst. Of course I could parse the output and get dst, but I wonder if there is some direct way of getting the destination.