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Re: /usr/bin/install: accessing `//filesrv/chj//.bashrc': Permission denied

On 5/9/06, Christian Joensson <> wrote:
On 5/8/06, Christian Joensson <> wrote:
> Windows XP Pro/SP2 cygwin Pentium M processor 2.13GHz system with
> cygwin 1.5.19-4...
> I don't seem to be able to login using ssh anymore, I still can login
> "console" but not remotely using ssh... any help in debuggin this or
> even getting this to work again is greatly appreciated.
> This is how a try to remotely login looks:
> [chj@dhcp-194-111 objdir]$ ssh -X
>'s password:
> Permission denied, please try again.
>'s password:
> $ ssh -X
>'s password:
> Last login: Mon May  8 08:09:20 2006 from dhcp-111
> Fanfare!!!
> You are successfully logged in to this server!!!
> Could not chdir to home directory //filesrv/chj: Permission denied
> mkdir: `//filesrv/chj': Permission denied
> Copying skeleton files.
> These files are for the user to personalise
> their cygwin experience.
> These will never be overwritten.
> /usr/bin/install: accessing `//filesrv/chj//.bashrc': Permission denied
> /usr/bin/install: accessing `//filesrv/chj//.bash_profile': Permission denied
> /usr/bin/install: accessing `//filersrv/chj//.inputrc': Permission denied
> -bash: cd: //filesrv/chj: Permission denied
> -bash: //filesrv/chj/.bash_profile: Permission denied
> chj@toppen /etc/skel
> $

I guess I should mention that the network uses Microsoft Network
Authetication (whatever that might be...)

hmm, this is the output of the net use command on the console (local login)

$ net use
New connections will be remembered.

Status Local Remote Network

Disconnected M:        \\filesrv\chj          Microsoft Windows Network
The command completed successfully.

and when doing a remote login (using sshd, not run as -u myself,
couldn't get that to work...)

$ net use
New connections will be remembered.

There are no entries in the list.

so I guess this is really about shares...



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