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Well I'm just too green to Linux, but I'm stuck with a thing that I should know, and I don't. My file has the following permission bits sets:
is owned by
root ( but it should not matter since
-x is active even for any user) it is not writable, and since it resides on a CDROM even if is a virtual iso mounted as a cdrom it sounds ok, but I can't execute:
It says "Permission Denied"
What I miss? The mount itself has execution permission, so it should execute, why it does not?
I solved the issue, but not my doubt, since expliciting
bash ./autorun.sh works - i need a
root account anyway for what's inside, but it works.