On 24 November 2012, at 12:32, Tim Daneliuk wrote: > Can someone kindly explain what is going on here: > > Machine A: FreeBSD - was running 8, just upgraded to 9.1-PRE > (I don't recall seeing the behavior described below > in V8, but then, I don't think I ever tried it). > > Machine B: Linux Mint Desktop > > - Machine A acts as an NFS server for Machine B. > > - Machine A exports a particular directory like this: > > /usr/foo -maproot=myid -network ... > > > - /usr/foo/bar is owned by root on Machine A and has files therein > owned as root:root with permissions of 600. > > - If I access /usr/foo/bar/file1 from Machine B, I cannot read it > but - and this is the part I don't get - I CAN *rename* it. > > What's going on? Since /foo/bar/ is owned by root and everything > in it is 600 root:root, I would not expect a remote access to allow > things like renaming. Clearly I am missing something here, but I > don't get it.
What are the permissions on the directory /usr/foo/bar? _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-questions-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"