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Re: Login behaviour oddities: won't run .profile
On Mon, 20 Sep 2004, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> On Sep 20 10:08, Igor Pechtchanski wrote:
> > On Mon, 20 Sep 2004, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> > > On Sep 20 18:10, luke<dot>[...] wrote:
> > ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
> > Hmmm?
> Urgh, sorry about that. That's what mutt creates when no real name is
> given. Does anybody know how to suppress this? I didn't find this in
> the mutt documentation so far.
Well, I know how to do it in Pine... 0:)
> > > Sorry but this is bogus. There's no difference whether a directory is
> > > created using Cygwin or Windows.
> > Umm, sure there is. Windows Explorer will inherit the permissions of the
> > parent directory by default, whereas Cygwin will always create a new set
> > of ACLs (or, at least, I haven't found a way to make Cygwin directories
> > inherit the parent's ACLs). I don't know how that can make a difference,
> > but there it is.
> I wasn't in pedantic mode when writing that. Let's assume that when Luke
> played with the permissions, he's already changed this to some sufficient
> value, like, say, the owner may read files in the own directory...
Right, I obviously forgot to put the <pedantic>..</pedantic> tags in my
reply. I agree that it shouldn't make any perceptible difference.
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