On 7/16/05, Neil Hodgson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Bill Mill:
> > ... a FAT partition for data as a dmz which both linux and NT can
> > access ...
> > Yesterday, I downloaded the new release of cherrypy, and stuck it on
> > the dmz drive. ...
> > Eventually, after thinking it's a hosts file problem, or a firewall
> > problem, I figure out that if I move it to my ext3 drive, it again
> > works perfectly.
> Have you looked at your mount options to make sure they are sane?
> Possibly you have mounted with only short (truncated) file names or all
> the files have their execute bit on and that is unexpected or there are
> non-ASCII characters in file names or ...
Definitely not mounted with short file names, and there aren't any
non-ASCIIs in the file names; in both cases I imagine that the file
wouldn't run at all. In this case, however, the file does run, and
open a socket, it just can't seem to receive connections on it. I have
tried running the file as su, with no success.
The FAT dirs are mounted with the following options:
defaults,user,umask=000 . I'm not sure what you mean by the execute
bit, but all files do have execute permission. Here's the output of an
ls -l on the file I'm talking about:
-rwxrwxrwx 1 root root 1073 2005-07-15 21:40
Any other ideas?
bill.mill at gmail.com