[ut2004] /bin/sh: bad interpreter: Permission denied

Peter Hoff petehoff at pacbell.net
Thu Apr 22 02:13:14 EDT 2004

Andrew Pilley wrote:

>If it was indeed mounted with the 'user' flag, i shall direct you to a
>well hidden (and maddeningly annoying if you don't know about it)
>comment in the man page for the mount command:
>user   Allow  an  ordinary  user  to mount the file system.  The
>       name of the mounting user is written to mtab so  that  he
>       can  unmount  the file system again.  This option implies
>       the options noexec, nosuid, and nodev (unless  overridden
>       by   subsequent   options,   as   in   the   option  line
>       user,exec,dev,suid).
>Basically, to prevent someone mounting media that has inappropriate
>software on it and running it as setuid, user(s) silently adds the
>'noexec' flag, amoung others.
>4 years and still learning, like the rest of us :) (i still run into new
>vim sequences i didn't know before, and i've been using it for the last
>6 years or so. the trick is to know where to look.)
>Andrew Pilley
>On Wed, 2004-04-21 at 10:46, Peter Hoff wrote:
True enough. The downside of using a distro like Suse is you don't have 
to mess with the low level stuff much. Of course, i get enough of that 
at work. Too bad it's on NT4.

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