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Re: ntsec+inetd+cvspserver (was CVS PServer problem)
- From: "Phil Dempster" <dempster at lsil dot com>
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2002 15:40:41 -0000
- Subject: Re: ntsec+inetd+cvspserver (was CVS PServer problem)
> Did you check your /etc/group? Is there a group Guests and
> Guest has that group as primary group in /etc/passwd?
There is a group Guests and a user Guest - however, I'm not sure how to tell
the primary (or the secondary) group of a user.
I think the group entries may be wrong - they don't tally with the output of
mkpasswd -g. I assume this is due to a missedit at some point in the past
on my part, rather than a file format change. However, when I changed them,
it seemed to upset some of my permissions.
#/etc/group - as was
#/etc/group entries from output of mkpasswd -g
::feeling the water coming in over the top of my wellies::
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