SAMBA digest 1445
Boorman.Tim at Lusis.com
Tue Oct 7 11:45:27 GMT 1997
Try using the "force create mode" parameter.
> Tim Boorman
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: samba at samba.anu.edu.au [SMTP:samba at samba.anu.edu.au]
> Sent: 06 October 1997 21:24
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> Subject: SAMBA digest 1445
> Date: Mon, 6 Oct 1997 17:37:57 +0100 (BST)
> From: Bishop <se311309 at cr10m.staffs.ac.uk>
> To: samba at samba.anu.edu.au
> Subject: preserving UNIX file permissions
> <Pine.GSO.3.96.971006173423.5402J-100000 at student.soc.staffs.ac.uk>
> Hi, I have a small household network and I am providing access to home
> directories on the server via Samba, so that we can edit files from
> other PCs even if they are in win95. One annoying thing however is
> every time a file is edited and then saved it's permissions are set to
> whatever the share's create mask is set to.
> This wouldn't be such a problem, but it seems that even with create
> mask =
> 777 I can't get any files to be created with group or other execute
> permission. This is playing havoc for people who want to edit their
> CGI scripts from Windows, as they then have to log into the server
> to chmod them back to 755 or whatever.
> Is there a way to fix this? Is it obvious, and I just haven't read
> right bits of the manual? Or am I misunderstanding some basic
> of Samba?
> Hope you can halp!
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