Hi I am attempting to configure squirrelmail. I have followed these steps: 1) downloaded tar 2) extracted tar; cd to extracted tar's director; made.
You are trying to keep the same user and change the group, saying chown: group instead of chown user:group. The syntax is wrong, so you.
You cannot chown with root (0) account simply because there is no such thing in Cygwin.
After way too much time spent stumbling around, I've finally discovered the cause of my problem. In short, I was getting Permission denied for.
I installed Cygwin on my Windows 7 PC and installed ssh and rsync components as chown: invalid user: `root:root' It seems there is no root user in cygwin.
I have a RedHat box that has AD integration turned on and domain users can log in, access shares, etc But I had a file I wanted to to chown to one of the.
Use the numerical UID/GID instead of the user/group name. You can find the UID/ GID on the system the disk belongs to by using.
I have just installed mysql on box using redhat When I cd into /usr/ local/mysql/bin and type./safe_mysqld & I get the following.
In Cygwin, both users should contain a “nologin” or invalid shell. mkdir /var/ empty chown root:sys /var/empty chmod /var/empty groupadd.
I had previously installed Cygwin but I was missing a rather important step. The last little bit of chown: `system?: invalid user chown.