Stefan Lankes wrote:
Sean Boudreau wrote:
Stefan Lankes <> email@example.com> > wrote:
: I mount a remote filesystem with following command:
: /usr/sbin/fs-nfs2 remote_host:/export/home/xyz /home/xyz
: Now I can read and write on this filesystem. But I cannot execute a
: program that on this filesystem is. How can I solve this problem?
Are the binaries on ‘remote_host’ built for your host?
Yes!!! If I copy the binaries to /tmp, then I can execute the binaries.
What error do you get?
./hello: Permission denied
But I set the permissions correctly!!!
I set to my home directory only execution permissions for user and
group. But I can only execute a programm, if I set the execution
permissions to all. We use same the numbers of user- and group-Ids on
our server (Solaris7) and our QNX-systems. Therefor I think that the
NFS-implementation of QNX has a bug.