Exec permissions on parallels shared folders

Discussion in 'Linux Guest OS Discussion' started by egorFiNE, Oct 1, 2013.

  1. egorFiNE

    egorFiNE Bit Poster

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    It seems like Parallels Tools for Linux are not permitting exec bit in umask when creating files. Manually setting the permission (chmod +x ./file) works, but no creation of executable files is allowed.

    I have tried to remount the shared folder with explicitly set "exec" option - didn't help.
     
  2. Hanterdro

    Hanterdro Bit Poster

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    I have this problem, too. Don't expect an answer from parallels in this forum. They don't talk with their customers.
    And dont expect soon a fix, it took years that they fixed symbolic links on shared folders...
    It's realy s shame for developers that the creation of executable files on shared folders are not working.
    I think i will evaluate VMware Fusion, they seem to have a better Linux support as Parallels :(
     

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