"make install" into the dir specified by './configuration --prefix' got the following errors:
make: Entering directory `/home/esweeney/tmp/CodeAnalyst-Linux-2.7.68/src/ca/gui'
chown: invalid user: `root.amdca'
mkdir -p /home/esweeney/codeanalyst/share/codeanalyst//Configs/DCConfig
cp -r ../Configs/DCConfig /home/esweeney/codeanalyst/share/codeanalyst//Configs/
mkdir -p /home/esweeney/codeanalyst/share/codeanalyst//Configs/ViewConfig
cp -r ../Configs/ViewConfig /home/esweeney/codeanalyst/share/codeanalyst//Configs/
rm -rf `find /home/esweeney/codeanalyst/share/codeanalyst//Configs -name .svn`
chmod -R 655 /home/esweeney/codeanalyst/share/codeanalyst//Configs
chmod: cannot access `/home/esweeney/codeanalyst/share/codeanalyst//Configs/ViewConfig': Permission denied
chmod: cannot access `/home/esweeney/codeanalyst/share/codeanalyst//Configs/DCConfig': Permission denied
make: *** [install-exec-hook] Error 1
make: Leaving directory `/home/esweeney/tmp/CodeAnalyst-Linux-2.7.68/src/ca/gui'
bin/CodeAnalyst seems to start fine but I'd like to know what I'm missing.
I'm guessing I wouldn't have this issue if I ran "make install" as root, though the INSTALL file doesn't mention root or sudo.