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Re: No permissions on files created outside Cygwin
On Apr 13 09:29, email@example.com wrote:
> > Not really. It doesn't explain what gvim exactly does. The
> > only chance I see is that you weren't logged in as t131085
> > when creating the file, but as a local admin account.
> The gvim process has 0 as UID:
> pidde2@w01b1k85 ~
> $ ps -fW | grep gvim
> 0 3564 0 ? 09:27:39 D:\programs\Vim\vim63\gvim.exe
> Does this make sense?
Nope. The ps output from the Windows List (-W) apparently doesn't evaluate
the UID always correctly.
> Does it help to reinstall cygwin completly?
Usually not. Looking more closely into the permissions and perhaps
regenerating /etc/passwd and /etc/group might help more. Or just
use Cygwin's vim ;-)
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