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Re: bash: cat << EOF
Le sam 19 jui 2003 23:32:58 GMT, Larry Hall wrote:
> You may want to try setting 'nosmbntsec' and see if that helps.
Peter A. Castro wrote:
> I think it's time you gave us more information about your machine
Well, I wished we knew ourselves...
Christopher Faylor wrote:
> FWIW, to me it sounds like you have more than one version of cygwin
> on your system.
which clue makes you think that? we only have a repository in
//lvsmb/softeleves/arch/windows-i386/cygwin, to which point both s:\,
/soft/eleves/arch/windows-i386/cygwin and /soft/eleves.arch/cygwin
I had a look at tcsh's trace, the relevant part becomes:
355 146318 [main] cat 2952 build_argv: argc 1
1538 147856 [main] cat 2952 handle_to_fn: nt name '\Device\LanmanRedirector\lvsmb\softeleves\tmp\sh2976'
2657 150513 [main] cat 2952 handle_to_fn: current match '\Device\LanmanRedirector\lvsmb\softeleves'
777 151290 [main] cat 2952 handle_to_fn: derived path 'S:\tmp\sh2976'
Well, I finaly had c:\temp mounted on /tmp to avoid any networking
thing (s: is \\lvsmb\softeleves), and it works. The trace for bash is then:
299 142336 [main] cat 1948 build_argv: argc 1
1373 143709 [main] cat 1948 handle_to_fn: nt name '\Device\HarddiskVolume2\temp\sh-thd-1058740407'
3060 146769 [main] cat 1948 handle_to_fn: current match '\Device\HarddiskVolume2'
366 147135 [main] cat 1948 handle_to_fn: derived path 'C:\temp\sh-thd-1058740407'
this name should have worked on s:\tmp, though...
I'm just hoping c:\temp is really world-writeable on every workstation
from which we are allowed to login (there is one where we actually *can*
login, but is not reserved for us for instance, on which this isn't true)
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