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Re: inetd servers went wrong after upgrading cygwin
- From: "Jim George" <jim dot george at blueyonder dot co dot uk>
- To: "Wu Yongwei" <adah at netstd dot com>,<cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Fri, 5 Jul 2002 12:21:50 +0100
- Subject: Re: inetd servers went wrong after upgrading cygwin
- References: <000701c22402$5c5f01e0$0610a8c0@wyw>
another thought...someone told me that the error message you mention
below was caused by more than one cygwin1.dll on your path. Try ensuring
that you only have the one in /bin (which has a symlink to /usr/bin).
----- Original Message -----
From: "Wu Yongwei" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, July 05, 2002 10:00 AM
Subject: Re: inetd servers went wrong after upgrading cygwin
> Strange things happened. When I rechecked the user rights and tried to ftp
> and telnet, I found the ftp problem is gone (for both Administrator and
> anonymous user). I remember I just did a failed upgrade of cygwin and
> successful upgrades for binutils and gzip.
> Telnet still does not work. The same ugly 0xC0000022 application error
> appeared just when I had logged in and the message "You are successfully
> logged in to this server!!!" displayed.
> The home directory inherited rights from C:\, which is everyone can do
> anything, owned by Administrators (Windows default <grin>).
> /home/Administrator has the same setting. Changing it to only
> can read and write does not solve the problem.
> Best regards,
> Wu Yongwei
> --- Original Message from Jim George ---
> Wu Yonwei,
> Yo mention below that everyone can write to /home, but what are the
> permissions that ftp and guest have to the directories that you are
> downloading from?
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