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Re: [TCLUG:3871] permission problem
Regarding my apparent NFS/NIS problem, Sandipan Panigrahi wrote:
> Also what if you remove the .bash_profile do you still get
> the same error message for the the .bash_login or the .profile
> file, since the bash will execute each script in that order if the
> previous script was run successfully.
I renamed .bash_profile and I got the same error. How can permissions be
denied on a file that doesn't exist? That seems really weird.
> Can you execute the .bash_profile once you have logged in with
> a . .bash_profile or does it give the same error ?
No, I get the same permission denied error when I try to execute the file
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