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Re: Problem in using telnet (inetutils-1.3.2-14)
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Subject: Re: Problem in using telnet (inetutils-1.3.2-14)
- From: Ada BUT <support2 at try dot gov dot hk>
- Date: Fri, 31 Aug 2001 15:07:06 +0800
I've found that the problem is due to the change of primary group of the
user from 513(None) to a new group added through NT. When I change back
the primary group to 513, the problem of uid can be solved.
However, I would like to define different primary groups and assign a
primary group to each user, so that when a user touch a new file, the
group ownership will be its primary group instead of 'None'. How can I
Furthermore, if I created a file owned by user1 with mode set to 700:
$ ls -l
-rwx------ 1 user1 group1 0 Aug 31 14:56 a
I login as another user and try to remove the file, it success.
$ rm a
rm: remove write-protected file `a'? y
I have export CYGWIN=ntsec before creating the file, is there any
settting I am missing?
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