kernel error --> /var/spool/at problem fix
Castelijn, Maurice (Castelijn.Maurice@kpmg.nl)
Fri, 1 Nov 1996 10:05:46 +0100
>From: Christian Czezatke[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: donderdag 31 oktober 1996 20:59
>Subject: Re: kernel error
>Castelijn, Maurice wrote:
>> If only I knew what that is... I'm a certainly NOT a new Linux user, but
>> I -am- a new Alpha user. My system says the same things. Whenever I try
>> to start my computer it gives an error like:
>> "Cannot change to /var/spool/at/: Permission denied" <-- CRAP. it's on
>> -rwx------, should be ok.
>I had the same problem on my UDB running Red Hat 3.0.3. Doing
> chown daemon /var/spool/at
> chgrp daemon /var/spool/at
>solved that problem for me. The permissions of my "/var/spool/at"
>now look like:
>drwx------ 3 daemon daemon 1024 Oct 8 2016 at
>-> No more "permission denied" messages since then.
>Hope that helps
It DEFINITELY helps!! Finally got rid of those annoying errors in my
/var/log/messages file. Great!! I gather this is a standard problem, so
does anyone know it's been fixed in RH 4.0?
Thanks for your help. Splendid!
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