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Re: Network drive file permissions: "Permission denied"
On Apr 22 21:15, Buchbinder, Barry (NIH/NIAID) [E] wrote:
> Since upgrading from Cygwin 1.5 to 1.7, I've been getting an error message on network drives that I haven't been getting on my local hard disk. I wasn't getting anywhere before the upgrade to 1.7.
> $ cp -pv t /h/
> `t' -> `/h/t'
> /bin/cp: preserving permissions for `/h/t': Permission denied
> H:\ /h user text,noacl,posix=0
YA broken FS? What is that remote filesystem exactly? What does
print? What are the permissions (cacls, attrib) on the file `t'?
Or, if it's a share from another Windows machine, is it shared with
"Change" rights rather than "Full Control"? That's just a shot in the
dark, though. I can't reproduce that problem when using the "noacl"
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