In dom0 terminal: > qvm-prefs [domain qubes name] qrexec_timeout 3600 On Thursday, July 21, 2022 at 1:56:35 PM UTC-7 Qubes wrote:
> Howard Chen wrote: > > I have no ideas that are you talk about, but the R4.1 can be compatible > > with R4.0's accessibility for your servers. However, it might be another > > distro version problem(s) that R4.0 using Fedora 29 while R4.1 using > Fedora > > The version of Fedora you are referring to here is the version of Fedora > used for dom0, not the Templates. Debian-11 template is the same version > on both 4.0 and 4.1. > > > 32. @Unman will figure it out for you because I don't have the right > tools > > to do this type of troubleshoot similar as yours. > > On Thursday, July 21, 2022 at 12:52:42 PM UTC-7 Qubes wrote: > > > >> Qubes wrote: > >>> How does one overcome the problem of the user used to write to a > network > >>> share? > >>> > >>> In broader explanation. Say for example i connect to a network share > >>> > >>> sudo mount -o username=testuser //my-server/dir /home/user/testmount > >>> > >>> the share mounts and i can browse the file system but i cannot write to > >>> it because the write is made with the user "user" that logs onto the > >>> booted VM automatically with an unknown possibly empty password. This > >>> causes the write fail because the user "testuser" must make the write. > >>> > >>> Now on R4.0 i could make the mount with the noperm option > >>> > >>> sudo mount -o username=testuser,noperm //my-server/dir > >> /home/user/testmount > >>> > >>> Doing it like this worked 100%. When i wrote a file to the share it > >>> applied the ACLs on the share to the file being written to the share. > >>> Something in 4.1 is causing this to fail. > >>> > >>> Can anybody give me any pointers? > >>> > >>> Is it perhaps possible in 4.1 to specify the user that is used to > >>> automatically log into a VM? > >>> > >> > >> To add to this, perhaps a hint in the right direction. If i create a > >> file from cli on the network share, mounted with the "noperm" option, > >> and i edit and save it with vi it works as expected. > >> > >> sudo mount -o username=testuser,noperm //my-server/dir > /home/user/testmount > >> cd /home/user/testmount/ > >> touch testperm2.txt > >> vi testperm2.txt > >> i can edit and save the file and when i check the network share ACLs are > >> correct. > >> > >> Which means the problem is with Gnome Text Editor that i use for all of > >> my note taking. > >> > >> Is there someone that can help me understand this problem? I know gedit > >> creates a temporary file that it does the edits it and then writes that > >> to disk. I suspect the problem lies here but i have no idea how to > >> address it. Specifically it wasn't a problem on R4.0. > >> > >> Is it possible that something in R4.1 has changed the behavior here? > >> > > > > -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "qubes-users" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to qubes-users+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com. To view this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/qubes-users/18bb84bf-f8ec-4e2c-a045-f08f915f9ca3n%40googlegroups.com.