'make install' results in an installation dependent upon temporary build directories
I did a compilation of GRASS from the SVN repo on 2.7.12 using Debian Squeeze and the instructions given at http://grass.osgeo.org/wiki/Compile_and_Install#GRASS_7_on_Debian_Squeeze.
After using 'sudo make install' and having the installation placed in /usr/local/grass7.0.svn, the resulting installation still seems to require libs in /<checkoutdir>/dist.x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu/lib/. Specifically, launching the program causes it to look for libgrass_raster.7.0.svn.so in the build directory and subsequently throw a 'permission denied' error when using GRASS with a user other than the one who did the build.
This causes issues loading libraries for other users, who get 'permission denied' errors when attempting to access the /<checkoutdir>/dist.x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu/lib/ directory.
The workaround is to make the build dirs globally readable, but I'm pretty sure this isn't intended behavior. I imagine building and deploying a deb package would fail as the checkout directory wouldn't be present on a system where the build did not occur.