On Tue, Jul 28, 2015 at 10:17:38PM +0200, Ian FREISLICH wrote:
> I found the actual problem.  The mount point for /usr was mode 700
> even though the root of the mounted filesystem on /usr was mode 755.
> Did I explain that clearly (quite difficult because two things are
> the same thing, although they're apparently not)?

Your explanation makes sense to me.  The cause of this, however is
unclear - was this something done locally?  This is why I asked about
the permissions of '/lib', but based on what you've explained, even
asking for the permissions of '/usr' would not have led to a clear

So we're clear, '/usr' (unmounted) is 700, but '/usr' (mounted) is 755?
Or is this not the case?


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