You are correct!  Sorry, I am very new to Solaris and did not realize there
were two different versions of ls installed.  Here is the output:

drwxrwxrwx  12 guest    other         13 Nov 23 00:13 /dream/library/

The filesystem permissions are still relaxed while I troubleshoot this
problem.  Thanks again.


On Wed, Nov 23, 2011 at 12:25 PM, Jordan Brown <>wrote:
> I can't say that I'm familiar with Open Indiana, but ls -V has been in
> Solaris since 2006, and looking at the Open Indiana source repositories it
> looks like it's there too.
> Perhaps you're using /usr/gnu/bin/ls instead of /usr/bin/ls?
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