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OES Linux Permissions

I have created an NSS volumn and mounted it. How can I give admin right to use this volumn? Admin is a LUM user. If I su - I can get to this volumn just find. ls -al show that root is the directory and group owner. I have tried chmod ugo=rwx gk7 but that still doesn't give admin rights.

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Re: OES Linux Permissions

cthomas@stlabre.org wrote:
> I have created an NSS volumn and mounted it. How can I give admin right to use this volumn? Admin is a LUM user. If I su - I can get to this volumn just find. ls -al show that root is the directory and group owner. I have tried chmod ugo=rwx gk7 but that still doesn't give admin rights.
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> Carl Thomas


The Linux permissions you see are only approximated. NSS still uses
trustees. Just give the Admin user supervisor rights to the volume and
he'll be able to access it just fine.

http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/qna/2326.html


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"The Linux permissions you see are only approximated. NSS still uses trustees. Just give the Admin user supervisor rights to the volume and he'll be able to access it just fine."

From the Linux Console I can get into the NSS volumn gw7 as root. When I open ConsoleOne on the Linux box I cannot see my NSS volumn which bt the way is on a second hard drive on the Linux box. So why doesn't it show?

I went to the page link you gave me and read that. That page had a link for more detail see this document but the link just says "HTTP 404" the page cannot be found.



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Any ideas as to how I can do this?

"The Linux permissions you see are only approximated. NSS still uses trustees. Just give the Admin user supervisor rights to the volume and he'll be able to access it just fine."

From the Linux Console I can get into the NSS volumn gw7 as root. When I open ConsoleOne on the Linux box I cannot see my NSS volumn which bt the way is on a second hard drive on the Linux box. So why doesn't it show?

I went to the page link you gave me and read that. That page had a link for more detail see this document but the link just says "HTTP 404" the page cannot be found.



Carl Thomas
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Re: OES Linux Permissions

So no body knows how to fix this?

"Any ideas as to how I can do this?

"The Linux permissions you see are only approximated. NSS still uses trustees. Just give the Admin user supervisor rights to the volume and he'll be able to access it just fine."

From the Linux Console I can get into the NSS volumn gw7 as root. When I open ConsoleOne on the Linux box I cannot see my NSS volumn which bt the way is on a second hard drive on the Linux box. So why doesn't it show?

I went to the page link you gave me and read that. That page had a link for more detail see this document but the link just says "HTTP 404" the page cannot be found."


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