[Samba] "checking whether to support ACLs... no"
simo.sorce at xsec.it
Sun Dec 8 09:01:01 GMT 2002
If you are using debian packages be warned that they forcibly disabled
the ACL support even if you rebuild the package (I had a report about
that from a friend don't ask me why I really do not know).
So as I understanded it you have to modify the .deb package so that ACLs
On Sun, 2002-12-08 at 03:54, Jacob Malmberg wrote:
> This problem is really getting frustrating. I have set up my debian 3 box w/
> kernel 2.4.2 patched for ext2/3 ACL support. I have also installed all
> utilies, both attr and ACL. I have joined the box to my domain using winbind
> and smbpasswd. I can set permissions all right using setfacl with
> domain+user but when I try to change permissions via LAN using w2k/xp I get
> access denied/or it just erases my changes. Also, the permissions do not
> seem to be the same on samba and the rest of the system, since my changes
> using setfacl doesnt show up if I try to change permission with w2k/xp. Im
> using samba 2.2.7 and the latest acl patch. Any thoughts anybody? Help is
> very appreciated.
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