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Apr
20
revised Permission denied for symlink to executable in nfs mounted directory with the sticky bit enabled
fixed gramattical error
Apr
19
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Apr
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Apr
19
comment Permission denied for symlink to executable in nfs mounted directory with the sticky bit enabled
@amcnabb Well, this Jeff isn't the Jeff that asked the original question, so I can't technically accept his answer. And I believe if I found an answer that can be useful for myself and others, I deserve the upvotes for it :)
Apr
18
revised Networking: Access to external IP from within that network?
Fixed a spelling error and tried to make the first paragraph a little more clear.
Apr
18
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Apr
18
revised Permission denied for symlink to executable in nfs mounted directory with the sticky bit enabled
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Apr
17
comment Permission denied for symlink to executable in nfs mounted directory with the sticky bit enabled
Figured it out. Thanks!
Apr
17
answered Permission denied for symlink to executable in nfs mounted directory with the sticky bit enabled
Apr
17
comment Permission denied for symlink to executable in nfs mounted directory with the sticky bit enabled
Any chance you would know if there's something similar for Debian systems?
Apr
17
comment Permission denied for symlink to executable in nfs mounted directory with the sticky bit enabled
I'm not sure what the etiquette is for editing someone else's question, but since I tagged on the bounty I'll at least answer in the comments. For me I can execute the full path, and I have execute permissions on the folder the symlink is in. Symlink permissions are lrwxrwxrwx. For me, this stopped working after upgrading my Linux Mint Debian to the latest upgrade package.
Apr
17
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Apr
27
comment one particular laptop does not receive UDP broadcast messages
Have you tried sending it unicast UDP messages at the same time as you're sending the broadcast messages and seeing if they go through? UDP isn't reliable and neither is wireless.
Mar
21
revised IPv6 works only after ping to routing box
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21
revised IPv6 works only after ping to routing box
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Mar
21
comment IPv6 works only after ping to routing box
@Ficik I think I figured it out and updated my answer. Let me know if this works out for you!
Mar
21
revised IPv6 works only after ping to routing box
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21
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Mar
21
revised IPv6 works only after ping to routing box
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