gary.stainburn at ringways.co.uk
Thu Nov 15 05:32:02 GMT 2001
I've been playing with this, and I've found that the problem isn't a Samba
one, but a Linux one. If I try to do use the VFAT partition locally, I get
the same problems as demonstrated by Samba. I can add/amend/delete in the
FS's root dir, but nothing after that.
anyone got any ideas?
Here's the relevant /etc/fstab entry.
/dev/hda2 /drvc vfat gid=500,uid=500 0 0
On Wednesday 14 November 2001 4:43 pm, Gary Stainburn wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've got a RH7.2 system running Samba 2.2.1-4 RPM's and I've got a
> permissions problem.
> I've got a share //dcomp2/windows which points to my vfat partition mounted
> on /drvc/ with UID/GID options in fstab set to my unix user.
> I can then connect to that share okay, and I can create/amend/delete files
> without a problem. The problem arrises when I descend down the tree, e.g.
> double click on the 'Program Files' folder. Once I do this, I can read
> fine, but I can no longer create/amend/delete.
> Anyone got any ideas how to fix this?
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