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Re: no output from net.exe
| On Sat, Jan 19, 2002 at 12:34:19AM -0600, Alex Malinovich wrote:
| > >You could write a script. That's even more fun than setting
| > >all user/group/permission info by hand. Treat it as challenge.
| > >
| > >Corinna
| > Actually, this almost sounds fun... :) Correct me if I'm wrong here, but
| > if Perl read the attributes of a file, they'd be reported in the same
| > way as they would for ls. (i.e. Using whichever setting ntea or ntsec
| > reported.) And if it tried setting those attributes, they'd still be
| > handled by Cygwin. (i.e. Taking ntea or ntsec into account.) Seems
| > pretty simple. Or am I missing something obvious here?
| Nope. As long as it's Cygwin perl. Just read the attrs with ntea
| and write them with ntsec.
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