Fri Aug 5 20:28:00 GMT 2016
On 05/08/2016 19:52, Quiring, Peter wrote:
> When Windows LXSS came out it was intriguing but without access from the
> command prompt it doesn't seem as useful as cygwin. What I liked about
> it though is that it simplifies file permissions. I've always had many
> headaches with cygwin and strange file permissions that it creates. But
> then I found that cygwin supports noacl,exec mount options which makes
> using it less painful. git and ssh seem to work fine with this.
> Is there an option in cygwin to disable ldap queries? My laptop is on a
> domain and when I take my laptop home this causes cygwin apps to start
> up real slow. There is that cygserver but I've had to restart that
> So can I get files to show up as root/root and disable ldap queries?
Have you tried with an entry on /etc/passwd
just for your user ?
> Would make using cygwin less frustrating. If NO please consider this a
> feature request.
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