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Re: Permission denied on a windows share
On Mon, Jul 15, 2002 at 08:54:04AM -0700, Jehan wrote:
> Jehan wrote:
> >Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> >>>Why would cygwin need to do more security checking than Windows does?
> >>>Why would cygwin deny me write access to a file when I can do it with
> >>>any other Windows application?
> >>It shouldn't. If the situation is *actually* as you describe it,
> >>then there's a bug in Cygwin. However, this requires some debugging
> >>in the environment in which this happens... yours. Perhaps an strace
> >>of the failing call helps.
> >Cool. Thanks.
> >Here is the strace from a command "cp /tmp/install.sh .", with tmp being
> >on my local drive and "." being "//server/jehan".
Hmm, I didn't mean to have to review the strace alone.
> added it myself to /etc/group because I can't get domain groups with
> "mkgroup -d" (samba (our PDC) doesn't support domain groups AFIAK) (in
> /etc/group: jehan:2007:2007:)
Wait. It's a samba share you're accessing? If so, we do have
problems with ntsec and samba shares. We don't have a solution
for that, though. Use CYGWIN='ntsec nosmbntsec' to not use
ntsec on shares.
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