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mounted file systems and permissions

In article <7jk0ul$oq$1@nnrp1.deja.com>,  <tobiasoed@my-deja.com> wrote:
>Hi, I hope this is the right place to ask this.

Did you talk to your local system administrator?

>want everyone to be able to read (or write) my files, I was wondering if
>there was a trick allowing me to acces my files on the DEC when logged
>into the HP without giving read/write permission to all my files on the
>DEC machine.

Normally, NFS mounts are set up so that permissions "just work".  If
they're not, it's either because of a local policy decision, or a local
misconfiguration.

Tim.
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Tim Goodwin   | `I can't believe that someone is releasing
University of | something called "Unix" without something
Leicester, UK | called "/bin/sh".' -- Randal L. Schwartz

Original headers:

From: tjg@ltpcg.star.le.ac.uk (Tim J Goodwin)
Newsgroups: comp.unix.shell
Subject: Re: mounted file systems and permissions
Date: 9 Jun 1999 11:51:46 +0100
Organization: University of Leicester, UK
Message-ID: <7jlh02$i0b$1@ltpcg.star.le.ac.uk>
References: <7jk0ul$oq$1@nnrp1.deja.com>

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