[Samba] Samba Share ACLs
robowarp at gmx.de
Wed Oct 29 17:05:27 GMT 2003
Hi , you have to mount acls in fstab
then you can use the partition with samba,
/dev/hdd1 /files ext3 defaults,acl 1
if you now create a smb share with path = /files
you can set permissions from win clients via right click on the servers
but for the different usage of win and unix permissions you can
only see the right permissions with the advanced button...
this is what tested.
note there are some other things with acls you might configure
in the smb.conf ( read the faqs )
and for suse you have to load up their acl packs.
( my test system was suse 8.2 / 9 samba 3 )
----- Original Message -----
From: <Vahid.Asadi at computacenter.com>
To: <samba at lists.samba.org>
Cc: <Vahid.Asadi at computacenter.com>
Sent: Wednesday, October 29, 2003 4:21 PM
Subject: [Samba] Samba Share ACLs
> Hi all,
> I have already set up a Samba 3.0 with Openldap as user repository. I
have a question about share access controls.
> Chapter 13.1 of Samba-HOWTO-Collection describes:
> Samba offers a lot of flexibility in file system access management. These
are the key access control facilities present
> in Samba today:
> 1) UNIX File and Directory Permissions
> 2) Samba Share Definitions
> 3) Samba Share ACLs
> Just like it is possible in MS Windows NT to set ACLs on shares
themselves, so it is possible to do this in Samba.
> Few people make use of this facility, yet it remains on of the easiest
ways to a ect access controls (restrictions)
> and can often do so with minimum invasiveness compared with other
> 4) MS Windows ACLs through UNIX POSIX ACLs
> I have a question about Point 3 Samba Share ACLs. Do I need Linux file
system ACLs in order to be able to define
> Samba Share ACLs.
> If not I have problems to define ACLs on shares via Windows Explorer from
a Windows XP Workstation.
> my environment:
> Samba 3.0 compiled --with-acl-spupport installed on Suse Linux Enterprise
> OpenLDAP 2.1.4 as suer repository.
> Samba 3.0 is configured as PDC.
> I can log from a Windows XP workstation in Samba Domain. I can connect to
shares defined in smb.conf.
> All defined access controls in smb.conf works fine.
> I try to set ACLs on following Share:
> public = yes
> printable = no
> writeable = yes
> Vahid Asadi
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