Ogg.: Re: How to hide shares for users that have no rights
lcorradini at katamail.com
Wed Oct 25 17:34:41 GMT 2000
Well, it works! The %U and %G are set at the time the config file is read.
As you can read at page 337 in the book by Eckstein, Collier-Brown and
Kelly (Using Samba) the variables that are not set at the time the smb.conf
file is read are %u, %P and %S.
Il Wed, 25 October 2000, Glenn MacGregor ha scritto:
> I am not sure that will work. At the time the config file is read those two meta
> vars are not set. I may be wrong but that is what I understood.
> Giulio Orsero wrote:
> > On 25 Oct 2000 12:53:17 +0000, you wrote:
> > > *) I have created, for example, 10 shares and I can access only 4 of them
> > > (I have rights to read or write only for 4 shares).
> > > Well, is it possible to hide to my browsing the 6 shares that I can not
> > > access. I need to obtain an effect like the one I have for the Home share.
> > > Each user can only see its own home directory and not the home directories
> > Consider using something like
> > include = /path/smb.conf.%U
> > include = /path/smb.conf.%G
> > and in /path/smb.conf.UserA put shares for UserA only
> > ...
> > and in /path/smb.conf.GroupA put shares for GroupA only
> > ...
> > --
> > giulioo at pobox.com
> Glenn MacGregor
> Director of Services
> Oracom, Inc.
> Tel. +1 978.557.5710 Ext. 302
> Fax +1 978.557.5716
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