[Samba] How best to get ACL support?

Konkol, Josh JKonkol at guidemail.com
Mon Sep 23 17:52:01 GMT 2002

When I researched it I found an article where they said that the version for
2.4.7 was buggy.  The recommendation was to upgrade.  I've successfully done
this for use with Samba, so I know it works.  You can still download the
older versions, there's a link off the site to them.

Josh Konkol, CNE MCSE
Senior Network Analyst
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^^-^^	jkonkol at guidemail.com 

-----Original Message-----
From: Sytsma, Richard [mailto:RSytsma at hy-vee.com]
Sent: Monday, September 23, 2002 12:31 PM
To: samba at lists.samba.org
Subject: [Samba] How best to get ACL support?

My Dell server was preloaded with Redhat 7.2 , Linux 2.4.7-10,  gccv2.96
with  Ext3 file system.
I want to  install the machine into my company W2k domain using winbind but
my Linux kernel does not support the needed ACls. I 
Does the latest Linux kernel come with ACL support and if so should I just
update the kernel to 2.4.19 which I think is the latest production quality
The ACL patches at www.bestbits.at list patches for kernels 2.4.19, 2.4.18,
2.4.17, 2.2.20 but not my 2.4.7-10.  Does that mean the patches for 2.4.7-10
are not available or just should not be attempted?

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