[Samba] samba & acl & xfs
ken at themccords.com
Thu Aug 15 19:51:01 GMT 2002
Antonio Nikolic wrote:
>Hi all, again.
>I am trying to set up samba with acl-support on a debian woody (final) box.
>The kernel has got XFS-support and getfacl and setfacl are working fine since
>I have built the acl-debian packages from SGI's acl-sources. Also attr-dev, acl-dev
>and the appropriate kernel-headers are installed. The acl.h can be found in /usr/include/sys/.
>But all my efforts trying to implement xfs are honored by samba with the well known configure
> checking for _acl... no
> checking for __acl... no
> checking for _facl... no
> checking for __facl... no
> checking whether to support ACLs... checking for acl_get_file in -lacl... no
> checking for ACL support... no
>I did ldconfig after installing attr-dev and removed config.cache, nothing helped!
>so, what is wrong here? what am I missing?
>thx in advance,
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Hmmm...I just installed a clean copy of Woody on a box. I patched my
Linux sources with SGI's XFS 1.1 tarball and rolled a kernel. After a
reboot, I did an 'apt-get source samba' and a 'dpkg-buildpackage'.
Here's a few things I can think of:
- What version of the Linux kernel did you install Woody from/are
running? If you took the default, then you're running a 2.2.x kernel.
I'm using a 2.4.18 kernel (At the boot prompt when initially installing
Woody, type 'bf24' to install a 2.4 kernel).
- When you compiled your kernel, did you include Posix ACL support
(under file systems when you run 'make menuconfig').
- Before compiling the kernel, I installed Woody's acl and xfsprogs
packages. Do you have them installed (it sounds like you compiled them
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