Using img from boot cd creates image file with owner as root, not zenworks
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SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10
When an image file is created using a bootcd and img, the file stored on the image server is owned by root. Because the image file is owned by root, using Image Explorer will not allow a non-root user to save changes to the image file.
- Open the image file using image explorer and do a "save as" and create an additional image file.
- log into the ZCM server as root and use the chmod command to change the group rights to read write.
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- Document ID:7010395
- Creation Date:06-JUL-12
- Modified Date:22-NOV-12
- NovellZENworks Configuration Management
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