Re: Accesing files from a mounted CIFS share - not working?

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Hugo Cardozo <hugoac2004 <at>> writes:

> El Viernes 13 Febrero 2009 11:22, escribió:
> > Can you look in those files from the same user that dosemu runs as ?
> >
> > 2009/2/13 Hugo Cardozo <hugoac2004 <at>>:
> > > Hi to all;
> > >
> > > I'm using various GNU/Linux distros, specifically Debian Etch and Ubuntu
> > > Intrepid Ibex, both with Dosemu 1.4.0 installed and running.
> > >
> > > I have a CIFS share, which both distros mount as /mnt/remote (with full
> > > R/W permissions), and contains some DOS-programs and files used by those
> > > programs....
> Yes, I can do a "ls /mnt/remote", edit the files in it, copy, move and delete; 
> with any user. The share has full R/W permissions, as I stated.


I have the same problem since I upgraded from Ubuntu 9.04 to 9.10. Using -D+d9 I 
see it fails to stat() the directory. Weird because I started `dosemu` from 
within that directory. If I bind a drive to that directory dosemu fails to start 
claiming the directory doesn't exist.

Any hint?

Alejandro Mery

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