[Samba] File permissions
Joel at HammersHome.com
Mon Aug 19 17:42:00 GMT 2002
Why not make
create mask = 000 ?
Once they save it, they can't touch it. And, nobody can overwrite it,
either, it seems.
On Mon, Aug 19, 2002 at 07:25:38PM -0500, Scott Mayo wrote:
> This is a temporary fix until I get my students added, but here is what I
> I have a directory on my linux machine.
> the permissions for bhs are 1777 jones:teach = (owner:group)
> In my smb.conf I have the following or there abouts(I have change it many
> comment = bhs
> path = /programs/bhs
> writable = yes
> create mask = 770
> force user = kreese
> force group = teacher
> My idea was that when the students login highschool:bhs = (user:group) and
> save to the directory that it would change the owner:group to kreese:teacher
> which it does. I also thought that since I had the sticky bit set on the
> folder that since they no longer were the owner or in the group (after the
> save) that they would not be able to delete it which they still can. What
> am I doing wrong?
> Thanks for any help.
> Scott Mayo
> Tech Coordinator
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