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Can't chmod/chown any more on FAT32 after doing cyglsa-config
- From: Benton <zhazhenzhong at yahoo dot com dot cn>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2011 01:21:30 +0800
- Subject: Can't chmod/chown any more on FAT32 after doing cyglsa-config
I wanted to setup cron as a service, but after first doing cyglsa-config
and reboot, it turned out that I can't do any permission related
operation in my home directory any more, just as the title described. I
have two question is : Is this a supposed behavior and what should I do
if I want to change the permission of a file in my home directory now ?
( cygwin is installed on a FAT32 partition). Is this process reversible
and if yes, how would I unset cyglsa ?
Cygwin version is 1.7.9 (0.237/5/3) running on Windows XP SP3. Hope
someone can help explain this a bit ? I really appreciate any possible help.
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