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find 'cygdrive/j' : Permission denied #282

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carc1n0gen opened this Issue Apr 9, 2015 · 12 comments

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carc1n0gen commented Apr 9, 2015

Upon installing a fresh babun 1.1.0 I have the following output:

Executing daily babun check:
Source consistent [OK]
Prompt speed      [OK]
File permissions  [OK]
Connection check  [OK]
Update check      [OUTDATED]
Hint: your babun is outdated. Execute 'babun update'
Cygwin check      [OK]
find: ‘/cygdrive/i’: Permission denied
find: ‘/cygdrive/j’: Permission denied
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   pact -> a package manager that handles installation of babun packages
      pact install tar -> will install tar package on your system
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      babun check -> will check the configuration (proxy, connection, etc)
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Note the find 'cygdrive/j' : Permission denied and find 'cygdrive/i' : Permission denied

Also when executing babun update as requested by this output I get:

Executing babun update
  upstream  [release]
  installed [1.1.0]
  newest    [1.1.1]
HEAD is now at 4c8eed3 Fixing version on fresh install
Fetching origin
error: Could not fetch origin
Error on or near line 47, last command 'git --git-dir="$babun/source/.git" --work-tree="$babun/source" fetch --all';

I then closed the terminal and opened a new one and now babun update outputs:

Executing babun update
: invalid option name: line 2: set: pipefail
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ylecuyer commented Apr 10, 2015

I have th same problem every time I launch babun

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tombujok commented Apr 10, 2015

Could you execute the following commands and paste the result:
find /cygdrive/ -maxdepth 1 -type d
and
ls -al /cygdrive/

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ylecuyer commented Apr 10, 2015

Here is the result:
babun_2

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tombujok commented Apr 10, 2015

Basically it looks like u is an unidentifed network drive which you don't have acces to.
Can you access u in a File Explorer?

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ylecuyer commented Apr 10, 2015

You're right. It's displayed in explorer but I can't access it.

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tombujok commented Apr 10, 2015

OK, it's just a stderr message from find.
Could you execute the following command and past the result?
find /cygdrive/ -maxdepth 1 -type d 2>/dev/null

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ylecuyer commented Apr 10, 2015

You're right. It's displayed in explorer but I can't access it.

On Fri, Apr 10, 2015 at 11:55 AM, Tom Bujok notifications@github.com
wrote:

Basically it looks like u is an unidentifed network drive which you don't
have acces to.
Can you access u in a File Explorer?


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tombujok commented Apr 10, 2015

I understand. It would be just great to check if redirecting the output to stderr removes this permission denied messages.
find /cygdrive/ -maxdepth 1 -type d 2>/dev/null

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ylecuyer commented Apr 10, 2015

It does:
babun_3

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tombujok commented Apr 10, 2015

Perfect! Would you like to fix the second find execution in the file mentioned below and submit a pull request so that you get the credits ;) ?
https://github.com/babun/babun/blob/master/babun-core/plugins/cygdrive/start.sh

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carc1n0gen commented Apr 11, 2015

Any ideas about the babun update problem?

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tombujok commented Apr 14, 2015

Fixed in 1.2.0
See release status: #304

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