[Samba] ACL + XFS + SAMBA 3.0.4 + OpenLdap + PDC - permissions
x.poirier at free.fr
Fri Jun 25 16:39:21 GMT 2004
Just Ignore this thread please,
I was compiling samba without having installed before the ACL headers
Now it works.
> I've recently set up a SAMBA/PDC domain controler with LDAP.
> My homes shares are in a XFS quota/acl enabled filesystem
> setfacl/getfacl works onto the linux Mandrake 9.2 box well, I mean user with
> more permissions set into ACL can write to the directory concerned.
> My problem is that ACL file permissions seems to not be readed by Samba when
> accessing files with a w2k box.
> here is more details :
> Share : /home/test
> getfacl :
> #file: test
> #owner: root
> #group: test
> smb.conf :
> nt acl support = yes
> force group = test
> inherit permissions = yes
> inherit acls = yes
> hide files = /.*
> browseable = no
> is this correct for acl to works ?
> someone in a thread may have had into smb.conf : writeable = yes , but with this
> option everyone seems can write to the share (acl bypassed) !
> any samba/acl guru man with an idea here ?
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