odd python/linux/cherrypy behavior
nyamatongwe+thunder at gmail.com
Sun Jul 17 01:28:30 CEST 2005
> ... a FAT partition for data as a dmz which both linux and NT can
> access ...
> Yesterday, I downloaded the new release of cherrypy, and stuck it on
> the dmz drive. ...
> Eventually, after thinking it's a hosts file problem, or a firewall
> problem, I figure out that if I move it to my ext3 drive, it again
> works perfectly.
Have you looked at your mount options to make sure they are sane?
Possibly you have mounted with only short (truncated) file names or all
the files have their execute bit on and that is unexpected or there are
non-ASCII characters in file names or ...
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