Subject: Re: ex/vi: Permission denied
To: Rodrigo Fernandez-Vizarra <email@example.com>
From: Laurens Vets <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/10/2004 14:06:37
Mount doesn't know the option "-n" and "remount"... It's NetBSD version
1.6. I've read somewhere that it might be related to some dirs that
don't have the right permissions set, but that's all I could find...
> Hi Laurens,
> is your filesystem mounted readonly?
> type this and then try to edit your file.
> mount -n -o *remount*,rw /
> Hope it helps,
> Laurens Vets wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I've just installed NetBSD on my qube with the help of the NetBSD
>> restore cd. I've added a user, but everytime I want to edit a file
>> with vi as that user, I got the error message: "ex/vi: Error: Unable
>> to create temporary file: Permission denied".
>> I don't think this is normal behaviour, but has anybody also had this
>> problem with the restore cd? And how do I fix this error?
>> Thanks in advance!
>> Best regards,
>> Laurens V.