Help with Samba
James W. Beauchamp
jbeauchamp7 at mindspring.com
Mon Oct 23 00:49:47 GMT 2000
did you log off and log back in as that user after you made the change in smb.conf? Also, it takes some time for the program to re-read the smb.conf file. I believe it does this automatically but I'm not sure of the time frame involved. You can get around this by just stopping and restarting samba - smb stop - smb start after you make any changes. I hope I'm not just restating the obvious to you...Also, what version of Samba are you using and on what platform?
Also, you should turn off the use of HTML or rich text in your email client. Not everyone on the list has these 'Windoze' features and it just eats up bandwidth anyway.
Hope This Helps
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From: Prince Polius
To: samba-ntdom at us4.samba.org
Sent: Sunday, October 22, 2000 9:36 PM
Subject: Help with Samba
I need some help and I am hoping that you are available. I have been
running Samba on a linux box at home for a while now. I was recently
contacted to set up a file server for a small company. The thing is...
they will require various users to have access to different files, and
ofcourse some users will have access to very little. I did some testing at
home and was able to block off one of my users (at home) from a particular
file (just as a test). I used the "valid users = whoever" and "public =
no" command in the SHARE DEFINITIONS section of the smb.conf file. It
worked fine. Now I would like to reinstate this user's access to the same
file... but I can't get it to come back up... I keep getting a message
that reads "... the share is not accessible/cannot be found..." All
machines are Win98 except the samba server which runs on RedHat Linux 6.1.
I sincerely thank you for your help...
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