1.cannot rename, permission denied
2.automount permission denied...
I've got HP-UX11.11 and configured /etc/auto_master with:
/net -hosts -nosuid,soft
I've got AUTOFS=1 in nfsconf.
When I cd /tmp_mnt/<hostname>/<share dir>
I see nothing. On my aix and solaris machines, I see the shared
directory fine (also through automount).
Can anyone tell me what I've done wrong in my configuration on HP? This
is causing me grief.
Thank you much. Sincerely, George
3.Permission Denied on NFS Mount
On the host containing the filesystem, I added a line to
/etc/exports as follows:
/<fs> -root=<client>, access=<client>
I executed /usr/sbin/exportfs -a
On the client, I added a line in /etc/fstab as follows;
<host>:/<fs> /<fs> nfs defaults 0 0
On the client, I executed 'mount <serverhost>:/<fs>', but
HP-UX (v11.11) responded with 'Permission Denied'.
I am root in both client and server. Root has full permission
on the filesystems. (I set the permissions to 777).
I can telnet, ftp, etc.. from the server to the client, and
What could be causing the 'Permission Denied' response?
4.Error from cron - sh: Mail: Execute permission denied
I got the following error when trying to run a command from cron:
sh: Mail: Execute permission denied
The solution: I had one too many asterisks in my crontab. Duh!
Just thought I'd post this here so if anyone else searches for this
error they will find it.
5.sshfs to a machine ok but ls fail with Permission denied
On Aug 14, 3:01m, Maxwell Lol < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote:
> TsanChung < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > writes:
> > root@local#ls -l /home/twong/remote
> > ;...
> > drwxrwxr-x 1 505 505 4096 Apr 24 17:39 bin>
> > files in the /home/twong directory of remote can be listed by root at>
> > local but the id is not twong.>
> I don't know what sshfs is, but use the id command to check what your UID and GID are.>
> Check the FAQ. It says something about he options>
> -o idmap=user -o uid=505 -g gid=505
twong@local$ id twong
uid=500(twong) gid=500(twong) groups=500(twong),101(fuse)
twong@local$ sudo sshfs -o idmap=user -o uid=500 -o gid=500 remote:/
Password: (must enter root pw of remote, do not accept twong pw of
twong@local$ ls -l /home/twong/remote
ls: /home/twong/remote: Permission denied
root@local# ls -l /home/twong/remote
drwxr-xr-x 1 twong twong 96 Aug 12 11:42 cert
Files in the /home/twong directory of remote can be listed by root but
not by twong at local.
How to make twong to access the /home/twong directory of remote with
6. date: no permission, but I am root!