[Samba] Problem saving files from XP to Mandrake 8.2/Samba 2.2.3a

Jeremy Allison jra at samba.org
Thu May 9 09:37:06 GMT 2002

On Thu, May 09, 2002 at 08:48:17AM -0700, michael hankins wrote:
> Hi.  I am having a problem with Samba 2.2.3a running
> on Mandrake Linux 8.2.  I posted this issue to the
> comp.protocols.smb newsgroup and didn't get a
> response.  I am hoping that someone here can assist
> me so I can avoid getting rid of my linux server and
> reinstalling Win2k Server.
> I setup a shared directory called SHARED in
> /home/shared.  /home is in its own ext3 partition. 
> I setup a group called "shared" that has rwx rights
> and ownership of this directory.  All of my samba
> users
> are in this group.
> I copied about 40gb of mp3 files from a computer
> running XP Pro to this share without any problems. 
> I then started copying some old documents to the
> share.  At this point I started getting some strage
> errors.  The error is: "Cannot copy <file>: Access
> Denied. The source file may be in use."  At this point
> the target directory has a 0-byte file with the same
> name as the file that I was trying to copy.  

Known bug we fixed for 2.2.4. Please upgrade.


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