thamara at jkcs.slt.lk
Wed Apr 3 00:18:03 GMT 2002
I have given an ACL on Solaris in such way a user(say user A) can write to
another user's (say userB) home dir. But when this share is mounted by
userA(userB's home dir). It doesn't allow him to write to it. Says access
denied. Do i have to compile samba with the ACL option for this to work.
UserB on the other hand cannot change the security settings on a directory
he has within his share to enable another user to have full rights even
though the UNIX user is shown in windows 2000.
Kindly give me some tips.
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