Jamie, >Date: Tue, 05 Jul 2005 18:44:10 -0400 >From: "James M. Pelagatti" <address@hidden> >Organization: MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Group 43 (Weather Sensing) >To: Steve Emmerson <address@hidden> >Subject: Re: Linux LDM server problem The above message contained the following: > Yes, that was it--you got it the first time! Great! > (Well, almost. The actual option is "nosuid".) Rats! :-) > I asked our administrator to remove the 'nosuid' and remount the file > system. Now, the machine successfully feeds our downstream machine. > > I guess all our Solaris servers always worked because this feature is not > enabled on our Solaris machines. That "feature" violates the UNIX standard. It's fun to write programs that conform to the standard and then learn all the quirky little ways that operating systems change the rules -- NOT!. :-) > Thanks for the help. You're welcome. Good luck. > ---------------------------+--------------------------- > James M. Pelagatti (Jamie) | MIT Lincoln Laboratory > Software Engineer | Group 43 (Weather Sensing) > (781) 981-1886 | 244 Wood St., Room S1-611 > FAX: (781) 981-0632 | Lexington, MA 02420-9108 > mailto:address@hidden | http://www.ll.mit.edu Regards, Steve Emmerson
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