Dear/Beste Patrick,

Thursday, January 30, 2003, 11:16:09 PM, you wrote:

>> has anyone every had problems with appending existing files on volumes
>> mounted by smbfs or shlight?

$ echo "sdsad" >>>> hey
$ echo "sdsad" >>>> hey
>> cannot create hey: Permission denied

> You should look at permission on the windows machine if the system has

*** From Patrick

> oh wait, thought you were swedish.

No, i'm Dutch.

> I meant that I looked at that. You have to log in to the filesystem
> with a name that works before it will let yo on. notice how I can
> create the file, but canat append to it.

NTFS hasn't got the same security system as UFS. Just because you can
logon to a filesystem doesn't mean you have any rights. Just because
you can write a file doesn't mean you can append. On NTFS one can
allow per person or per group to list, view, read, create or modify
(append) a file. And that for multiple users and multiple groups.

Best regards/Met vriendelijke groet,

P.S. Please don't top-post. It makes it hard to read, especially for

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