Problem creating links in a file system mounted with samba.
didier at windriver.com
Fri Mar 17 11:13:45 GMT 2000
I am trying to create a link in a file system mounted by samba. The file
system is exported by a Solaris 2.7 samba server (using
samba 2.0.6) and I use a linux client (RedHat 6.1) running samba 2.0.5a.
I mount the samba file system on the linux box using the command:
smbmount "//<UNIX host name>/<exported name>" <mountpoint>
The file system is mounted correctly, I can read file, follow links,
create new files and new directories in this file system from the linux
box but when I try to create a link, I get the following error:
ln -s sourcedir destinationdir
ln: cannot create symbolic link `destinationdir' to `sourcedir':
Operation not permitted
I don't know if this is feasible or if I have a problem in the samba
server configuration, I have not found any
documentation about this.
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