[SunHELP] writing home
schroenc at gmail.com
Tue Jun 21 15:13:24 CDT 2005
This isn't a file permissions issue: Look at /etc/auto_master. /home
isn't a real UFS file system, but a mount point used by the
automounter. What you want to do is create the users' home
directories in /export/home. When user "xyz" logs in, the system will
automatically mount /home/xyz on /export/home/xyz. See automount(1m)
for more information.
On 6/21/05, Thomas Cameron <thomas.cameron at camerontech.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 2005-06-21 at 15:53 -0400, Grindell, Joan M. wrote:
> > Good afternoon,
> > I have a peculiar problem. I just installed Solaris 2.9 and applied
> > patches. I then tried to add a user directory to /home as root and am
> > denied.
> > The permissions on the file are dr-xr-xr-x. How do I get around this. I
> > always thought root had access to everything.
> Normally, yes. Is your machine connected to the Internet? Was it
> available to script kiddies for any length of time before you patched
> You can run (as root):
> chmod 755 /home
> chmod 775 /home
> to get your permissions back. You will want to check the perms on the
> users directories under /home as well.
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Well, Maggy, I got your castoff
devils all right and fits lovely.
And am vaguely graceful. Maggy thanks.
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