User w/o access: Cached file properties?
today, I faced a strange folder rights behaviour:
As opposed to myself, a colleague $C could not write into a folder like:
root:teachers drwxrwxr-x somefolder
Both, $C and me, are in group "teachers" (listed in "id $C"), and also
any other memeberships were identically. Only that I happened to be a
member of "nogroup" as well. But adding $C to nogroup did not help,
Now, I re-tried from tjener: After becoming "su $C", I _could_ write
to "somefolder". It must be said, that in the moment when the write
access was denied, C was logged in from a Skolelinux workstation
(Sarge), using KDE. I used chown on "somefolder" meanwhile, and
Konqueror displayed the changed rights correctly.
Is there any odd beaviour from KDE side or even with NFS/automounting
that leads to a lagging permission update?