Re: executables in /xyz
On 23 Mar 2002, Timo --Blazko-- Boewing wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> i have a funny thing in my current sid (2 months old, but last update
> yesterday [dist-upgrade]) but also in the previous installation (also
> whenever i am developing in C/C++ or bash, i cannot execute the files.
> they reside in a custom folder /data/devel/[xyz]. Having controlled file
> permissions etc. and even when trying to launch'em as root, i get e.g.
> bach: /data/devel/c++/!samples/test.c: permission denied
Well that's an interesting shell :-0
> when i copy these files to my home folder or even to e.g.
> they work.
> I can certainly say that file perms are okay. Any ideas why these things
> won't run in my /data folder? For information: /data is another
> partition, maybe mount-options are the cause?:
> /dev/hda3 /data reiserfs defaults,user 0 0
I think the problem is here. For any other partition that root, you have
to set the 'exec' flag explicitely, so:
/dev/hda3 /data reiserfs defaults,user,exec 0 0
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