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Hi Jay,

of course I know sudo, I have been using UNIX since 1987 :-) The problem is
when you have no priviliges,
e.g. your work as a contractor for a short time in some company, or
installations are forbidden on a company computer (only local
installations). And I described a local installation with user rights. It is
really necessary
to allow this!

BTW, I use OpenSuse 11.4 recently but this does not matter here.

Still another topic: With such an tgz, one can use stow
( to have a personal,
nevertheless managed installation. I know of a company using stow



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