[pups] Installing begemot

Bill Gunshannon bill at cs.uofs.edu
Fri Aug 13 22:36:23 AEST 2004

On Fri, 13 Aug 2004 robinb at falstaf.demon.co.uk wrote:

> grog at lemis.com wrote:
> It's more complicated than that.  The issue isn't to do with /r, I've
> checked all that, it's to do with permissions.  If I execute the script
> in my home directory it runs fine, if I execute it in the directory
> I am intending to use for building packages on it blows out.  This
> happens whenther I use the scripts from the package or write my own.
> I have all of the directories above this set to 777, right up to
> wherre I have the device mounted.  It is on a separate device.
> I am now well confused!!!!!!

I think Linux supports "no_exec" on mounted partitions.  Check to see
if you have accidentally included this option in your mount.


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