[Samba] couldn't write to home dir
John H Terpstra
jht at samba.org
Sat Sep 20 21:40:06 GMT 2003
On Sat, 20 Sep 2003, andrej misovic wrote:
> I found where was that problem..
> I turned on quotas on home filesystem
> and it didn't work, but after disabling quotas,
> it works fine..
> Does samba 2 support quotas?
> I really need to have quotas on that system
Only if your operating system supports quotas.
If your OS supports them, and Samba has been compiled with the
"--with-quotas" option, then things should work just fine.
Then again, given past experience I am inclineed to be very autious in
answering this question. So maybe you could explain precisely what you are
looking for. It will help to make certain that I am not misleading you.
- John T.
> kurt weiss wrote:
> > no, that's an example. it should show, that u have problems, if in one
> > of your *parent directories* u have zero rights...
> > we always ru users for samba under a extra group (without shell), so we
> > deny access to linux for all winusers...
> > andrej misovic schrieb:
> >> ehm, one question,
> >> I must somewhere specify wingroup??
> >> kurt weiss wrote:
> >>> maybe your parent directory has the wrong rights:
> >>> e.g.:
> >>> /network/samba/username
> >>> user: username group: wingroup
> >>> network: root.root 0750 (drwxr-x---)
> >>> samba: root.wingroup 0777 (drwxrwxrwx)
> >>> username:username.wingroup 0777 (drwxrwxrwx)
> >>> *** this will *not* work - u need basically executable rights on all
> >>> parent directories. (mistake in 'network')
> >>> network: root.root 0751 (drwxr-x--x)
> >>> samba: root.wingroup 0750 (drwxr-x---)
> >>> username:username.wingroup 0700 (drwx------)
> >>> *** this will work - username has minimal x rights on all parents...
> >>> i hope it helpes...
> >>> gk
John H Terpstra
Email: jht at samba.org
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