check_case:strict problem

Shaffer, Kenneth shaffek@sciatl.com
Wed Jun 15 21:23:00 GMT 2005


>>Along similar lines as the ls failure on shares with
>>CYGWIN=check_case:strict, if /etc/passwd has a home directory set to a
>>share, bash won't even start.
>
>WJFFM.  There was a problem pre-snapshot but bash still started.  Now I
>get no errors.

Really?  You DID edit your /etc/passwd and change the home directory to be
a share?

The 6/14 snap WJFFM when doing an ls in a share, but not when the home
directory was a share.

My cygwin.bat:

   @echo off

   C:
   chdir C:\cygwin\bin

   set CYGWIN=check_case:strict

   rem strace -o c:\cygwin\strace.out C:\cygwin\bin\bash --login -i
   C:\cygwin\bin\bash --login -i

I changed my home directory in /etc/password to be
//explr_drivers5/reboot_results2 as used originally when I discovered the
ls problem.

If I comment out the strict setting, it works, but if left strict, it
doesn't work.

I attached a different strace.out in
<http://cygwin.com/ml/cygwin/2005-06/msg00670.html>


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