On 10/11/19 4:13 AM, William F Pokorny wrote:
> On 10/10/19 2:30 AM, Dick Balaska wrote:
>> Line 94 of the default unix povray.conf contains a reference to
>> This is the exact unix directory we *don't* want povray to read.
>> This line should be removed.
> On my Ubuntu system this resolves to /usr/local/etc for an actual system
> install - which is OK I think. It's where the system wide povray.conf
> and povray.ini files are installed and these I believe set the file i/o
> access rights all users picking up the common install would get.
> Am I missing something?
> On your system are you ending up with /etc readable due a different tool
> install directory structure, or?
> Bill P.
For me, on debian/ubuntu/mint, povray/qtpovray ends up at
so the evil dir is
which does not exist.
Technically, the evil dir is undefined.
I still submit that there is no legitimate reason to ever access
especially etc, which just makes it an incompetent evil.
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