eauth at softsys.co.at
Fri Sep 12 23:44:02 GMT 1997
You must set the sticky bit (chmod 1777). Then only the owner of
~/public and the owner of the created directory are able to delete it.
On Samstag, 13. September 1997 00:33, Maung, Than wrote:
> Hi All,
> Can somebody help me set this up.
> I'm trying to set up a public folder on my SAMBA server which will let
> my users create their own folders to store their files.
> And not let everyone delete them.
> Following are the problems I'm having:
> 1) If I set the directory rights to 755 on /exports and share the
> /exports/public directory with ~/public set to 755
> Users can't create folders under ~/public.
> 2) If I set the directory rights to 777 they can create folders.
> But everybody can delete them. That is even if they change permissions
> To read only through windows.
Erwin Authried Softwareentwicklung und Systemdesign
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