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Re: Unslung 5.x Suggestions...

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  • unspecifiedid
    Since you telnet in as root. The script can write to any directory. ... Am I correct in understanding that everyone has their permissions for
    Message 1 of 6 , Jun 22, 2005
      <snip>
      Since you telnet in as root. The script can write to any directory.
      > ( Unless you specifically changed the ownership to root and removed
      > write permission. )
      <snip>

      Am I correct in understanding that everyone has their permissions for

      /share/hdd/conf
      /share/hdd/data

      set to root ownership pre 5.5?

      Regards

      Gavin

      --- In nslu2-linux@yahoogroups.com, "Gerald L. Clark"
      <gerald_clark@m...> wrote:
      > unspecifiedid wrote:
      > > <snip>
      > > > Directory permissions don't matter, but the drive needs to be
      > > mounted rw.
      > > <snip>
      > >
      > > I'm uncertain about this, if you have changed ownership early on the
      > > piece to a different user, I would have thought that would preclude
      > > the script from working.
      > Since you telnet in as root. The script can write to any directory.
      > ( Unless you specifically changed the ownership to root and removed
      > write permission. )
      > >
      > > ie. I had the ownership set to Administrator on /share/hdd/data which
      > > I thought was a byproduct of the LinkSys stock firmware format
      procedure.
      > >
      > > had to change ownership to root before I could get unslung to work.
      > > Most probably my inadequacy was more the cause for the above.
      > You are mistaken.
      > >
      >
      > --
      > nslu-linux - glc
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