|Subject||Re: installation on Linux as non-root|
Perhaps I don't need a full install -- I intend to replace SQLite, so am only interested in the embedded mode (single local file, single process).
--- In email@example.com, philippe makowski wrote:
> sargei_tartar [2013-01-12 16:17] :
> > I'm trying to install firebird under Linux on a machine where I don't have root access, but install.sh fails with the error "You need to be 'root' user to do this change." How can this be done?
> short answer, you can't
> Firebird full install need to create a Linux user and to activate a
> service, so it need root access
> you can try a fakeroot, a chroot, or modify the install script. or you
> can try to run it in place if is for testing purpose see
> but what is your goal ?