Originally Posted by Reuti
I see such output on an NFS client where the original directory has permissions like drwxr--r--, i.e. the x is missing and the NFS server is not really honoring it in the expected way for group and others, i.e. allow access only to files whose name you know already (but avoids looking inside).
But you have no file server any longer, and you face it locally?
The data are on a local disc. The disc is automatically mounted using the follwing command in /etc/fstab:
/dev/sdb1 /media/data ext3 defaults 0 2
ls -l as root:
drwxr-xr-x 29 luedemann arzt 4096 17. Jun 09:51 pub
ls -l as user luedemann provides:
d????????? ? ? ? ? ? pub
I have a new file server but do not use anymore nis. Mounting the nfs disc works fine:
drwx--S--- 3 luedemann 1002 4096 8. Sep 08:50