[Samba] Recycle module permissions - a workaround

rruegner robowarp at gmx.de
Sun Feb 22 23:11:18 GMT 2004

i just tested this and it doesnt work
is a special vfs version needed?
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Fabio Muzzi" <liste at kurgan.org>
To: <samba at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Sunday, February 22, 2004 11:08 PM
Subject: [Samba] Recycle module permissions - a workaround

>   I   have  just  found  a  simple (yet not so elegant) workaround for the
>   recycle  VFS  module  permissions  issue.  Recycled  directory is always
>   created  with a 0700 permission, not allowing the use of the recycle bin
>   in a share that should be group-writeable.
>   The simple workaround is to set "individual" recycle bins, by setting
>   recycle:repository=.recycle.%u
>   this  makes  samba  create  a repository named ".recycle.<username>" for
>   every user. Every repository has 0700 permissions, so other users cannot
>   access  it, but the user who deleted the file can always recover it, and
>   this  has  the  side  effect of letting the administrator (and the users
>   too) be aware of who deleted a file.
>   Also,  a  user  can  simply  browse  "the  files  I have deleted" in its
>   personal  bin, as opposed to a common bin with hundreds of deleted files
>   all together.
> -- 
>   Fabio "Kurgan" Muzzi
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