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Re: Can't execute scripts from a samba share with 1.7
On Aug 10 17:42, Jon TURNEY wrote:
> On 06/08/2009 18:50, Nahor wrote:
>> Corinna Vinschen wrote:
>>> On Aug 5 13:40, Nahor wrote:
>>>> If I mount with "noacl", I get a slightly different error but still
>>>> no cigar:
>>>> $ ./t.sh
>>>> -bash: ./t.sh: /bin/sh: bad interpreter: Permission denied
>>> This only happens if your account doesn't have execute permissions for
>>> the interpreter, in this case /bin/sh. Is it possible that /bin/sh.exe
>>> has weird permission settings for some reason?
>> The permissions on the interpreter are OK.
>> $ ls -l /bin/sh
>> -rwxr-xr-x 1 nahor Administrators 472064 Jul 1 18:20 /bin/sh
>> For that matter, scripts running off the local disk run fine.
>> Looks like the same problem of inconsistent account ID, setting the
>> permissions to 755 or running as the domain user fix the "bad
>> interpreter" error.
> I also have this problem in it's second (noacl) form. With this mount
> //necker/jon on /home/jon type smbfs (binary,exec,noacl,user)
> running the t.sh test script fails in a directory on this mount
> Jon@byron ~
> $ ls -al t.sh
> -rwxr-xr-x 1 Jon None 19 2009-08-06 15:46 t.sh
> Jon@byron ~
> $ ./t.sh
> -bash: ./t.sh: /bin/sh: bad interpreter: Permission denied
> but works fine in a different directory
This is really strange. The bad interpreter message means that
bash could not start /bin/sh. I can only reproduce this effect
if I chmod -x /bin/sh. Did you create an strace and tried to
see what happens?
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