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problem in write command

pavan bellari
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Joined: Sep 19, 2003
Posts: 24
If i issue a write command at prompt
i am getting the error
write: you have write permission turned off.
even though i am trying this in root i am getting this error and i have seen in /etc/bin/write. the executable permission is given for this.
pls reply this
George Brown
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Joined: Sep 26, 2000
Posts: 919
Pavan,
When you post a message please include details including the operating system that you are using, and the version of that operating system. There are many unix variants and people being very busy, they often don't have the time to trawl through your previous messages to find out what OS and version you might be using.
Here is a very good article that you may be interested in reading that could help you get more useful responses to your questions.
Thanks.
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Joined: Dec 06, 2004
Posts: 1
Originally posted by pavan bellari:
If i issue a write command at prompt
i am getting the error

write: you have write permission turned off.

even though i am trying this in root i am getting this error and i have seen in /etc/bin/write. the executable permission is given for this.

pls reply this



Heehe better late than never ;0 You should make sure the user you want to write to has issued a command:
mesg y
And both of you are listed in command
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