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Geoffrey Thomas gmthomas1 at mac.com
Thu Nov 30 19:12:15 PST 2006


On Nov 30, 2006, at 3:11 PM, Bauke Jan Douma wrote:

> dperkins at frii.com wrote on 30-11-06 20:47:
>>> Geoffrey Thomas wrote on 30-11-06 02:46:
>>>
>>>> Cannot execute /bin/bash. Permission denied
>>>> I can use deluser, which removes all but the home directory.
>>>> The permissions on /bin and /bin/bash are 755 with root being  
>>>> the owner.
>>>> Geoff
>>> And while we're at it, how about permissions on (possible)other libs
>>> like libdl, libtermcap, libncursus, and the loader, ld-linux.
>>>
>>> bjd
>>>
>> Wouldn't you get a different error message if a library's  
>> permissions are
>> wrong?
>
> Aah, yes, you're correct --  cannot open shared object file or some  
> such.
>
> With /lib/ld-2.3.3.so though you get:
> Cannot execute /bin/sh: Permission denied
>
> bjd
>
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That is the message I get.
Geoff




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