File Permissions Incorrect?

File Permissions Incorrect?

Post by Dan » Wed, 31 Jul 2002 09:49:46



Hi all,

I'm using FreeBSD 4.5-RELEASE.  My "/usr" file system is ufs.  I have tried
and tried to get a user permissions on a second user's home directory.  I
have added the problem user and other users to the proper group in the
"/etc/group" file.  The other users can use files out the the second
person's home directory, the problem user cannot!  I've checked spelling,
changed the order of users in the group,  removed and re-added the user,
even with different "uid"s and "gid"s and nothing.  That might be a little
unclear.

#
# /etc/group
#
. . .
seconduser:*:1020:problemuser,gooduser1,gooduser2
. . .
#
# end group file
#

cd /usr/home
ls -l s*
-rwxrwx--- . . . seconduser

gooduser1 and gooduser2 can access "/usr/home/seconduser", problemuser
cannot!!

Any ideas?

 
 
 

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