Samba suggestion. (.smbaccess)
Ries van Twisk
ries at franksintl.nl
Thu Oct 5 08:37:55 GMT 2000
> You can configure "access list" in your smb.conf.
> Use SWAT, and have a closer look at the docs.
Yaaa I do already use it and it just works great! (almost 2 years now
without a problem)
> Useing your filesystem to set rights is also an option.
Thrue I already use that to, again no problems here. For example I
set home directory's permission to 0700 so users cannot do the
But If .smbaccess is implemented you can set access restrictions
on a 'per directory base' or even change locking semantics on a per
directory base. I do understand maintaining this files might be a
problems so one must be a bit conservative using these files but it
would extend the flexibility of samba a lot.
Also I don't know if it's difficult to implement this or not. It just a
thought..... (that's where thoughts are for :-) )
Note: I'm only using samba at samba.org so I don't read samba-
technical. Please CC to me.
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