>From: "John D. Tucker" <address@hidden> >Organization: Western Michigan >Keywords: 200007181435.e6IEZAT22632 McIDAS-X -XCD ADDE install John, >Leonard is out of town until next week. OK. >If I understand your posting correctly, you are looking for access to the >"mcadde" account (which apparently to this time has not yet been used). Right. If the accounts had been setup in the way I requested, the mcadde account would not allow logins, and its HOME directory would be the same as the user 'mcidas'. For some reason, this was not done. >I will change the password and call (leaving a message if you are not >available) with the new password. WMU policy does not allow e-mailing >passwords. I got your phone mail and was able to login as 'mcadde'. Getting a remote ADDE server has progressed a little, but I am once again running into a disk quota problem on s418: ~/workdata> cp ../data/LOCAL.NAM LWPATH.NAM cp: LWPATH.NAM: Disc quota exceeded Apparently, the raise in the quota that allowed me to build and install McIDAS has been lowered. Without being able to configure things in the McIDAS account (i.e., create new files/directories/etc.) I can not finish until the quotas are once again raised for 'mcidas'. Furthermore, the ADDE installation will not work if the quotas are lowered so that no new files can be made. Another problem is that it appears that there is some sort of a rule at W Mich that users in the same group can not access each other's directories. I say this since: mcadde, mcidas, and ldm are supposedly in the same group: ~> id mcidas uid=5453(mcidas) gid=646(ldm) ~> id mcadde uid=7319(mcadde) gid=646(ldm) ~> id ldm uid=3081(ldm) gid=646(ldm) From the mcadde login an ls of ~mcidas will get a premission denied: ~> whoami mcadde ~> ls ~mcidas /home7/ldm/mcidas: Permission denied and the same is true from the mcidas login of ~mcadde: ~/workdata> whoami mcidas ~/workdata> ls ~mcadde /home7/ldm/mcadde: Permission denied This becomes important in the operation of the LDM as user 'ldm' since it will need to access and maniuplate files in the mcidas account. Can anything be done about this situation? Tom
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