Samba simple question
thomas.heiligenmann at t-online.de
Thu May 11 18:37:39 GMT 2000
Vasileios Zografos wrote:
> ok ok I have set up a public directory under /home/public on a linux machine
> configured as a Samba Server.
> The configuration of the /etc/smb.conf file is like this:
> comment = Public directory
> path = /home/public
> browseable = Yes
> writeable = Yes
> I can see the directory from a w98 client and can open/run the files. But I
> do not have write access to them.
> What's wrong???
Missing some permissions on *NIX side I guess. Try
# chmod 0777 /home/public
# chmod 0666 /home/public/*
and add the lines
create mode = 0666
directory mode = 0777
to your [public] section in smb.conf
This should give r/w permission to *all* users and create new files/dirs
the appropriate permissions.
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