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pip install, permission problem

 
 
Jabba Laci
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      03-16-2011
Hi,

I'm trying to install a pypi package with pip. The installation is
done, but the permissions are not set correctly, thus I cannot import
it as a normal user.
Example:
sudo pip install termcolor
/usr/local/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/termcolor.py is created with
permissions 600

I can post-correct it manually, but there is something wrong going on
here... I have a hint but I'm not sure: as a normal user, I have
"umask 077" in my .bashrc. When I do sudo, maybe this setting is
inherited? But even if it's the case, pip install should change the
permissions correctly IMO.

Laszlo
 
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