Suggested fix lp:#213718 (bazaar pager)
d.vedder at web.de
Mon Apr 13 17:52:21 UTC 2015
Sounds about right - I dual-boot and store all my data on a shared NTFS
Thanks for explaining this!
On 13.04.2015 15:15, Adrian Wilkins wrote:
> On 11/04/15 13:00, Daniel Vedder <d.vedder at web.de> wrote:
>> permission problems on one of my partitions
> The usual cause of this is accessing a Windows filesystem from Linux.
> Windows has no +x bit, so when you mount its file systems in Linux it
> sets it implicitly for every file so you can run exe files, shell
> scripts, etc.
> If you set the noexec option NONE of the files get an x bit. If your
> target tree has no +x set that will work, but it will unset any that
> should be set if not.
> This plays merry hell with VCS clients that assume that because they're
> running on Linux the x bit is to be believed.
> Jelmer notes in the comments of the top one that he had a branch that
> starts a solution to this.
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