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Re: New Cygwin 1.7.0-18 in release-2

On Jul 18 09:34, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> On Jul 17 18:18, Eric Blake wrote:
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> > According to Corinna Vinschen on 7/17/2008 9:55 AM:
> > | Hi,
> > |
> > | again I would like to encourage the Cygwin maintainers, to try the new
> > | Cygwin 1.7.0 release and to look for problems in their packages which
> > | might be a result of the fairly massive changes in Cygwin 1.7.  I
> > | attached a list of the changes below.  The latest changes are:
> > |
> > | - Changes in mkpasswd/mkgroup and in seteuid() should result in more
> > |   correct user tokens in AD domains.  Try the LSA module.
> > | - Case-sensitivity on NTFS and NFS and mount option "posix=[0|1]".
> > | - Remove CYGWIN=ntsec and CYGWIN=smbntsec options in favor of a mount
> > |   option "acl"/"noacl".
> >
> > Somewhere between setting obcaseinsensitive to 0 yesterday and upgrading
> > to the new cygwin1.dll today, I'm now suffering from an inability to
> > modify files on a shared drive on my work machine.  I can create empty
> > files and remove existing files just fine, but get access denied on any
> > attempt to change contents.  The -1 for owner and group looks fishy as 
> > well.
> Drive U is apparently a Samba drive.  Is that in a Windows domain? 
> If not, try the noacl mount option.  It's equivalent to what was
> CYGWIN=nosmbntsec before.

Hmm, I can reproduce it and now that I see it myself I can see how
this is a problem with cygdrive mounts.

I assume the best way to handle this would be to set Samba drives to
noacl by default, right?


Corinna Vinschen                  Please, send mails regarding Cygwin to
Cygwin Project Co-Leader          cygwin AT cygwin DOT com
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