[Samba] ACL doesn't work well....
jrclist at cipanb.ca
Tue Apr 2 12:36:02 GMT 2002
Hi, I'm having a hard time with my Samba server and ACLs.
Here's the thing, I need a simple file server that allows me to have a
shared directory that everybody in a group can read and that some users
can read/write and access control to the file using the Windows security
dialog. So I recompiled the kernel with ACL support and recompiled Samba
with ACL support too.
This is part of my Samba config
workgroup = WORKGROUP
server string = SERVER
security = SHARE
encrypt passwords = yes
username map = /etc/samba/private/usermap
log file = /var/log/samba/%m
max log size = 50
load printers = No
ldap admin dn = "CN=Admin,dc=mydomain,dc=com"
ldap server = localhost
ldap port = 389
ldap suffix = "dc=mydomain,dc=com"
comment = SomeShare for group
path = /some/dir
valid users = @group
read only = No
nt acl support = yes
Now I want a certain user (let's call him bob) to have full control over
that share (BTW bob is a member of group) is this how I should've set my
share or is there a better way to do this?
I am sorry if this as been asked often or is documented everywhere but I
don't have time to do more research right now as I have some other stuff
due really soon and I though this would be the fastest way.
If I wasn't clear enough in my explaination please let me know.
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