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RE: FAQ or bash bug with ntsec? (WAS: Help request: bash with PAT H problems)
- From: "Schaible, Jörg" <Joerg dot Schaible at gft dot com>
- To: "'cygwin at cygwin dot com'" <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Tue, 30 Jul 2002 13:06:13 +0200
- Subject: RE: FAQ or bash bug with ntsec? (WAS: Help request: bash with PAT H problems)
> From: Corinna Vinschen
> > On Tue, Jul 30, 2002 at 12:00:44PM +0200, "Schaible, Jörg" wrote:
> > unfortunately this issue is not solved. After reinstalling
> the findutils all
> > the owner and group settings are "restored" and the
> misbehaviour arises
> > again.
> > > Could this be put in a FAQ somewhere please?
> > So an FAQ entry could only describe a temporary solution as
> long as bash has
> > this bug.
> Btw., it's not a bash bug. What happens to you is by design. Just
> look into an `ls -ln' of the files and the lights will shine.
OK. You're the expert. So I suppose, that the other shells are not as close
Cygwinified as bash ...
> What I don't understand, though, is, why the permissions are set to
> that value by setup.exe. I thought it should give explicitely full
> permissions to world. At least I recall that I added some code to
> setup.exe setting the security descriptor. Is it not used in setup
Setup is 126.96.36.199
Maybe this gives you more information:
$ mkpasswd -d -u jse
$ mkgroup -d | grep 10513
I modified my entry in /etc/passwd to
After Setup find.exe has following entries:
$ ls -ln /bin/find.exe
-rwx------ 1 544 513 78848 20. May 05:39 /bin/find.exe
and bash fails again (although I am member of the local admin's group).
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