yash at linux-delhi.org
Wed Mar 3 12:18:10 GMT 2004
Your requirement may different but the way i am using samba in my office
is like this:-
i have created folder share with read access to all but write access to
persons whose group is @pm.
path = /opt/global/share
public = no
read only = yes
write list = @pm
create mask = 0775
directory mask = 755
writeable = no
force directory mode = 0775
force group = pm
man samba.conf, and read for "write list" , "read list" , "create mask"
, "directory mask" etc which would help you a lot
in implementing ACLs.
Infact you can nicely create shares for
1. Public all read/write
2. Group enabled read/write only e.g above
3. Confidential accessed by only one user (mapping home dirs)
For adding users to sambpasswd file you need to "smbpasswd -a user"
set the proper setting for folders whatever you share;
e.g chmod -R 775 /opt/global/pm; chmod g+s /opt/global/pm; chown -R
pm.pm /opt/global/pm; groupadd pm; put the login ids in /etc/group for
giving them access
All this applied to the above mentioned group read/write scehma, you may
require a diff stuff ;)
Parag Mehta wrote:
>This is Parag here. I have configured SAMBA on Solaros 8/9. After creating proper sharer on smb.conf file , my windows client [ Win2k ] are in a position to use the sharer/shared folder lying on solaris.SAMBA is working fine.
>We would like to achive ACL [ Access Control List ] on same. Basically we have different windows users who are the part of various domain. Now we wanted the specific set of users only to aceess the shared solaris partition. Is it possible to achive same with SAMBA ? If ans is yes , then sombody can please guide me with small set of examples. & If it is not possible then what's a workaround for same.
>Basically i am new with SAMBA technology , so i am not aware abt the same.
>Urgent help is required.
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