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Re: ntsec with W2K workgroup
THERE'S NO REASON TO SEND THAT MESSAGE MORE THAN ONCE!!!
On Fri, Apr 20, 2001 at 07:07:22PM +0530, venkatesh wrote:
> Actually I have used setup.exe to install cygwin. In the /bin directory
> all the files don't have any permission bit set when I use ntsec. And
> the files have owner/group as administ/None. Without ntsec the files
> owner/ group are venkates/PowerUse.
> Most of the files I could execute in that directory but some
> applications such as man complain about tbl/troff not found etc. When i
> remove ntsec I don't have any problem. Should I set ntsec env varible
> before using setup.exe. I suspect my /etc/passwd and etc/group entries.
> They have None as group for all users. I tried changing them to 547 etc.
> If this is the cause please suggest proper passwd/group entries for
> win2k workgroups
> email@example.com wrote:
> > On Tue, Apr 17, 2001 at 07:17:20PM +0530, venkatesh wrote:
> >> Hi
> >> Recently I have moved to win2000 server in a workgroup. When I use
> >> option in CYGWIN env variable I can not run most of the executables. In
> >> the ls command all of them don't have exe bit set. I have used ntsec in
> > Sounds as if you have copied the executables when ntsec was off.
> > You know that you can set the x bit with `chmod +x files...' when
> > ntsec is on and the files are on a NTFS partition, don't you?
> > Corinna
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