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      do not attempt to chown files/ dir during verification · 98fb236f
      anarcat authored
      the rationale here is that we're not running as root, and therefore
      chown is likely to fail, unless the file already has the right owner,
      in which case a chown is not necessary.
      
      To quote chown(2):
      
             Only a privileged process (Linux: one with the CAP_CHOWN
             capability) may change the owner of a file.  The owner of a
             file may change the group of the file to any group of which
             that owner is a member.  A privileged process (Linux: with
             CAP_CHOWN) may change the group arbitrarily.
      
      So this was just a cause of trouble without any possible benefit
      unless we run with capabilities, and we shouldn't assume this (right
      now?).
      98fb236f
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