Daniel Dickinson said:
> This appears to be due to a permissions problem of some kind due to use a
> 9p filesystem rather than native ext4 or the like.  Probably fails on nfs
> too, but I haven't tried that.  Or maybe use of extended attributes (not
> sure 9p supports them or not)?
I don't know what the policy is in such a case (best effort? Implement if
patch provided?) but according to [1] 9p is not even part of the standard
Debian kernel (and I suspect that there might be a reason for this).

Cheers, Eric

[1] http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=696292

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