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Can't map directories as non-root

Hi,
I'm running openSuse 10.2 with NCL 1.2 for SLE10. I don't need
any GUI so I'm using the following command lines:
nwlogin -t testtree -s main -u s02b.class02b.classes.myschool -p *****
nwmap myhome:=//main/sys/Home
Using this commands as root everything works fine, the myhome link is
created and I've access to all files (read and write).
But when I try the commands as non-root user, the nwmap command fails
with
"Unable to map myhome:=MAIN/sys:/Home (code:8804 )"

Anybody any hint?
Thanks,
Michael
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Can't map directories as non-root

No idea why you get this error, but I can at least tell you what it means:

0x 8804 DRIVE BAD PATH

Explanation: An attempt was made to map a drive with an invalid path
specification.
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Can't map directories as non-root

Thank you,
mysteriously, it works now... I really didn't changed anything,
may be it needs several reboots...

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