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Re: Case insensitivity ad nauseum

From: David Wood
Subject: Re: Case insensitivity ad nauseum
Date: Wed, 26 Nov 2003 15:28:54 -0500

Is the problem that you're not sure how to get the network drive into the 
sshd filesystem root? Or that when you try to that it fails?

If it were the latter, it would be reminiscent of a similar problem I had 
trying to get apache to serve files from a network drive on Windows XP. We 
found that the Local System Account that the apache service ran under by 
default did not have permissions to access the drive. 

If you were having trouble with it, you might look into what user the sshd 
process is running as, and whether that user has permission to access the 

address@hidden wrote on 11/26/2003 
02:25:14 PM:

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> I settled on a compromise for the nonce.  I fixed the latest case
> insensitivity bug I knew of in 1.11.x and removed case insensitivity
> support from feature entirely.  I've also added some tests of behavior
> involving heterogeneous combinations of case sensitive and case
> insensitive clients and servers to both branches though I've yet to get
> it set up for nightly testing (if anyone knows how to get Cygwin sshd to
> allow access to a mounted Samba share via its login shell, I could use
> some assistance).
> Since things look stable without case insensitivity support, I will
> probably remove support from stable too if any new bugs crop up.
> I'll probably roll a new release early next week.
> Derek
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