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Re: permission problem after installation under W2K
At 12:44 PM 4/8/2002, Ulrich Voss wrote:
>I'm not sure, if I got the message ... I think, that you think ;-) that
>the problem is, that my home dir belongs to admins (which was
>administrators or Administratoren before) instead of admin.
>When I chown my home dir to admin, ls looks better, but it doesn't
>That's what I did:
>$ chown admin .
>$ echo "some dumb string" > testfile
>bash: testfile: Permission denied
>$ ls -la
>drwxrwxrwx 2 admin Kein 0 Apr 8 15:11 .
>drwxrwxrwx 4 admin Kein 0 Apr 8 15:11 ..
OK. Better go to strace and cygcheck -s -r -v output. Perhaps it's just
a missing 'ntsec' setting in your CYGWIN environment variable? A review
of pertinent areas of the User's Guide might prove helpful.
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