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Re: bash: cat << EOF
Samuel Thibault wrote:
Le sam 19 jui 2003 17:27:59 GMT, Larry Hall a tapoté sur son clavier :
Looks like your /etc/passwd and /etc/group aren't correct. Run mkpasswd
and mkgroup with the appropriate flags for your installation (i.e. is
your user in a domain or not?)
I couldn't get a domain user, but the local entry (copied on login I
guess) seems to work. Here is the cygcheck.out with updated passwd and
group, but it doesn't change anything about shells & <<. We won't be
able to update passwd for every user we will provide cygwin to, anyway.
The problem is somewhere else to my mind, because the "Permission
denied" error is a fake one for unknown error 59, as the trace revealed.
# net helpmsg 59
An unexpected network error occurred.
You may want to try setting 'nosmbntsec' and see if that helps.
Larry Hall http://www.rfk.com
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