[Samba] ACLs on client Samba machines with Samba PDC.

Samba Samba at guidemail.com
Thu Jul 25 04:31:01 GMT 2002

As no one has replied I'll give my two cents worth.

I have two questions:  
1.  Did you compile Samba using --with-acl-support ?
2.  Do you have nt acl support = yes in your smb.conf ?


-----Original Message-----
From: Ken D'Ambrosio [mailto:kend at employees.org]
Sent: Wednesday, July 24, 2002 3:49 PM
To: samba at lists.samba.org
Subject: [Samba] ACLs on client Samba machines with Samba PDC.

I've got a Samba box (2.2.5a) as a member of a Samba domain.  Both the PDC
and client are running 2.4.18 with XFS and ACLs compiled in.  Problem: on
the client, I can -NOT- modify the ACLs for files from Windows.  (Note
that I can modify the stock Unix permissions, but not the extended
users/permissions that ACL support offers.)  If I try, they just vanish
when I click "OK".  However, if I remove the client from the domain, and
set it up by itself with "security = user", it works fine.

Am I doing something dumb, or is this an oversight/glitch/bug?


Ken D'Ambrosio
Sr. SysAdmin,
Xanoptix, Inc.

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