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Re: Problems accessing network drive using rsh
- From: Andrew Chang <awc at bitmover dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Cc: kalpeshd at PDF dot COM
- Date: Tue, 26 Feb 2002 10:30:43 -0800
- Subject: Re: Problems accessing network drive using rsh
- References: <200202261739.g1QHdsq09533@work.bitmover.com>
I forgot the state that I am running
b) inet-utils 1.3.2-16
On Tuesday 26 February 2002 10:11 am, Andrew Chang wrote:
> I like to confirm that I am seeing the same problem
> The problem is easy to reproduce
> 1) login on a linux box
> 2) rsh into a w2k box, like so
> rsh w2k_box cd c: /* this works, becuase c: is local drive */
> rsh w2k_box cd z: /* this failed, becuase z: is a network drive */
> note that:
> if I rlogin to the w2k_box, cd to z: this worked fine.
> Transcript as follows
> [awc@etp1 tmp]$ rsh etp2 cd c: # this worked
> [awc@etp1 tmp]$ rsh etp2 cd z: # this failed
> bash: cd: z:: No such file or directory
> [awc@etp1 tmp]$ rlogin etp2
> You are successfully logged in to this server!!!
> awc@ETP2 /projects/bk-2.1.x/src
> $ cd z:
> ===== End of transcript =======
> Notice that rlogin is asking for my passwd even that I have
> the hosts.eqviu file set up (why ?)
> I am guessing that the rlogin case worked is becuase it got the credential
> info it needed to see the network drive.
> Hopegfully someone can use this info to tarck down the problem..
> (If this is already sloved, pls let me know, thanks)
> > From: Kalpesh Dave <kalpeshd at PDF dot COM>
> > To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
> > Date: Wed, 19 Dec 2001 11:46:38 -0800
> > Subject: Problems accessing network drive using rsh
> > Here is the detail of my problem.
> > I have two computers, and would like to run script on one computer
> > remotely. so, I access that computer's hard drive with rsh command and
> > can easily locate the tcl script I need to run.
> > Now, the problem is that tcl script requires to goto samba network drive
> > and find the data.
> > So, I am getting this problem, as I can't access that network drive ( T
> > drive ) while doing rsh,
> > I tried nosmbntsec as well as ntsec options.
> > The net use command gives me following information with status
> > unavailable.
> > $ net use
> > New connections will be remembered.
> > Status Local Remote Network
> > -------------------------------------------------------------------------
> >-- ----
> > Unavailable T: \\grape\kalpeshd Microsoft Windows
> > Network
> > The command completed successfully.
> > Can you / anyone help me on this issue.
> > Thanks,
> > Kalpesh
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