This isnt really a bug, I think its more about the fact I have so much development gear installed on my Debian 10 (esp vscode extensions) I think there might be something not quite right.
I'll just explain what Im seeing first. When I run install.sh it seems to go ok.
When I run ./aoz-studio.sh I get:
[31501:0623/215102.220105:FATAL:setuid_sandbox_host.cc(157)] The SUID sandbox helper binary was found, but is not configured correctly. Rather than run without sandboxing I'm aborting now. You need to make sure that /home/dlannan/dev/apps/AOZ-Studio/aoz/IDE/VSCode-linux-x64/chrome-sandbox is owned by root and has mode 4755. ./aoz-studio.sh: line 3: 31501 Trace/breakpoint trap ./code ../../..
I add --no-sandbox to the command (obviously you are running cef or vscode) and it returns
Error: EACCESS: permission denied, mkdir
So, of course, I run it as sudo. And it starts. However, things are not right :)
I can compile a builtin game or demo, but it doesnt run - the notifications say that it tried to launch, but I dont see it anywhere. When I create an application, it looks like the folder is created, but everything has root permissions (due to running in sudo I assume) and I think this is why there are execution issues.
What is the recommended way forward? I tried running in su, but it complains about running as root. Will giving chrome-sandbox root access help solve this?
Any help would be appreciated - I have a _tonne_ of old Amiga AMOS programs I wrote that Id love to try out again :)
Will try it out in Windows (in VMPlayer) if I cant get Linux going.