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— by Nick Owen Nick Owen

Sorry for the issue - can you check that /opt/WiKID/ and its
subdirectories are all owned by wikid:root?

On Mon, May 6, 2019 at 12:59 AM Steve Cooper [via WiKID Strong
Authentication Forums] <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Today I upgraded using my RPM installation from 4.2.0.b2028 to 4.2.0.b2032.
> It all seems to have worked OK in that I can generate OTPs just fine, however, every time I logon to the server I get a stream of error messages; there appears to be a script running that is trying to change the ownership of everything under /opt/WiKID.
> An example of one of error messages is: chown: changing ownership of ‘/opt/WiKID’: Operation not permitted
> I've rebooted the system, but this has not addressed the problem.
> The same errors also appear for other users accounts when they are used to logon to this server.
> Is there some way I can stop this from happening?
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