FAT, NTFS, CIFS and DOS attributes

Kyle Moffett mrmacman_g4 at mac.com
Tue Jan 4 04:57:19 GMT 2005

On Jan 03, 2005, at 23:50, Kyle Moffett wrote:
> On Jan 03, 2005, at 22:56, tridge at samba.org wrote:
>> superset is hard, as a uid_t/gid_t is only superfically similar to a
>> windows SID. Samba has to do quite a lot of complex stuff to map
>> between general SIDs and posix IDs. It can't be done in any reasonable
>> fashion without being able to talk MSRPC to domain controllers, or at
>> least having a (potentially quite large) persistent database of
>> mappings.
> I only have a couple points of response here, really.

Well, that turned into more than a couple points, and I decided to add
one more, but anyways:

> /		"bobdoe at localhost" (32)

The above should be "bobdoe at localhost/", then you could also have
"nobody at localhost/usr" for the ext3 filesystem on /usr.

Kyle Moffett

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