ntsec problem with win2k
Thu Nov 16 05:16:00 GMT 2000
I couldn't find where this was covered in the FAQ, nor could I
find it in the mailing list archives, so I'm gonna ask here. I have a
machine running Win2k Professional (upgraded from Win95), and I
have just installed Cygwin-1.15 onto an NTFS partition. The problem
I am currently having is that NTSec is not working (or so I believe).
My $CYGWIN (in cygwin.bat) is set to "tty notitle ntsec
strace=0x1 binmode". However, when I execute
/usr/bin/login.exe and enter the correct password for my
account, I get a log entry and the "Login incorrect" response.
The passwd file was correctly made with "mkpasswd -l >
/etc/passwd" and the group file seems to have been made
correctly as well.
Can someone lend me a little guidance? Thanks for any help.
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