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Re: /bin/bash: Permission denied

On Mon, 2 Jun 2003 08:59:15 -0400
Chris Metzler <cmetzler@speakeasy.net> wrote:
>On Mon, 2 Jun 2003 14:01:27 +0200
>"gabriel meier" <gabriel.meier@web.de> wrote:
>> Hi,  
>> I have some strange Problems with my user login here:  
>> Any time I log in with any user but root I get the following message: 
>> Cannot execute /bin/bash: Permission denied  
>> So login is possible at the moment only for root.  
>> I checked all the user rights of / /bin /bin/bash and its dependend
>> libs and they were OK.  etc/passwd is OK, too.  
>> This error occures with any shell I have, so it can't be a problem
>> with bash itself.  
>> I would be greatful for every idea you have.  
> Check and see if your root filesystem is being mounted noexec.  If
> that's it, see "man mount" for an explanation of that flag.

Although now that I think about it, if that were the problem, you
should have run into a lot of problems long before that.  So, that
almost certainly isn't the problem.


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