[Samba] What to do for ACL support?
amoote at ivhs.com
amoote at ivhs.com
Tue May 7 05:53:57 GMT 2002
If what you say is true, all you should need to do now will be to recompile Samba from source.
When you ./configure use the --with-acl-support switch. You'll have to double check that by running...
./configure --help | less
...and checking the --with options. Remember that after you recompile you will have to take notice that the rpm install for Mandrake puts the fils under /etc/samba, but the source build will place them under /usr/local/samba (unless otherwise specified).
Also, using the source build default dir structure, /etc/rc.d/init.d/smb will not work properly until you edit it accordingly.
Best of luck!
Alan B. Moote
MARK IV Industries
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Date: 05/07/2002 05:48AM
Subject: [Samba] What to do for ACL support?
I'm trying to setup samba 2.2.4 on MandrakeLinux 8.2. The server should
act as a file storage for about 25 Windows 2000 clients.
Setting up a "basic" server which just serves the files is easy.
However, I'd also like to support NT ACLs on the Samba server. Well,
what do I have to do, to get it to work?
I'm using the Mandrake RPM for 2.2.4, which has ACL support compiled in
on a "Mandrake" 2.4.18 kernel (kernel-22.214.171.124mdk-1-1mdk to be exact)
which also has ACL support. I use XFS as the filesystem. acl-2.0.0 and
attr-2.0.1 are installed.
Thanks for help and/or pointers to documentation,
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