Description of Problem:
Because this package contains unowned directories, they will be created
with the current umask. When having restrictive administrator settings
(umask 077) ordinary user will not have access to them and can not use
Another problem occurs when removing packages. Then orphaned directories
| $ rpm -qf /var/lib/wnn /var/lib/wnn/ko_KR
| file /var/lib/wnn is not owned by any package
IMO this directory should be owned by the FreeWnn-common package which
is required by kWnn.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. umask 077
2. make sure that kWnn is uninstalled completely
(rm -rf /var/lib/wnn)
3. rpm -U kWnn-1.11-26.i386.rpm
4. ls -l /var/lib/wnn
5. try to use the programs/scripts/libraries/data of the package as
6. rpm -e kWnn-1.11-26
* at 4:
| drwx------ 2 root root 4096 Sep 13 18:28 /var/lib/wnn
* files can not be found/read at 5 and
* /var/lib/wnn still exists after 6.
These days the kWnn subpackage is nolonger being built by FreeWnn.
/var/lib/wnn is owned by FreeWnn at least, which seems good enough