[Samba] RE: Unable to Access W2K share as read/write using SM
atomlin at sandisk.com
Mon Jun 17 16:29:02 GMT 2002
> > However my normal session, that is not logged in as root,
> is unable to do
> > the same command and responds with a 'Permission denied'
> message. However I
> > want anyone logged in to be able to access the share and be
> able to create
> > file. How do I do this?
> Read the smbmount manpage on how to change the ownership and
> that smbfs sets on everything.
Ok, I added fmask=777 and dmask=777 to the options and it seems to work ok.
Thanks for the help.
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