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Certain programs in OSS causing Error:4013: Permission denied

JWilsonMC
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Certain programs in OSS causing Error:4013: Permission denied

Hello - 

After moving to a new Non-stop system running version J6.20 of the OS, I am encountering the following error under OSS while attempting to invoke a build using "make" when attempting to run "eld":
Error:4013: Permission denied

It appears to be a permissions error, but I am unsure what permission needs to be corrected.

If I attempt to use the GNU version of "make" located in "coreutils", then I get a little more info:
make: execvp: eld: Permission denied

"eld" is secured as:  -rwx--x--x
/usr/bin is secured as: drwxr-xr-x
All folders and files are owned by Super.Super.

Running the commands manually work, but there seems to be an issue when the programs (like make) are invoking a shell and attempting to run the commands (such as with execvp).  

Anyone have any insight on what permissions are missing here to allow this to happen?

 

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JWilsonMC
Occasional Visitor

Re: Certain programs in OSS causing Error:4013: Permission denied

One solution I have discovered is that fully qualifying the path appears to correct the permission error.

Still, it seems that there is a missing permission that is causing the above issue.