From: Ret (
Date: Fri 31 May 2002 - 13:15:12 UTC

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    I think I bumped into the same problem. The only test that didn't run
    correctly was default, and the cause was something about deleting a file
    What I did is delete all the files in the results directory. I run the tests
    twice and everything went smoothly after that.
    Hope this helps


    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Tim Bergen" <>
    To: "Joe Glass" <>; "Anomy Mailing List"
    Sent: Thursday, May 30, 2002 8:56 PM
    Subject: Re: [anomy-list]:

    > I don't think these are normal. I'm no anomy expert by any means, but it
    > looks like possibly a rights issue. Check to make sure the user your
    > running the test as has write access to the directories like quarantine,
    > the log directory, and the tmp directory as defined in the config file
    > your using to run the tests with.
    > Have you tried to running it on a test computer logged in as root?

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