[Samba] Getting ACLs to work with Samba 3.0.2a
frotscher at chemie.uni-hamburg.de
Thu Mar 11 08:31:08 GMT 2004
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> 1. Make sure that your file system is mounted with ACLs support
It is. "mount" reports:
/dev/md4 on /home type reiserfs (rw,acl)
and the line in /etc/fstab is:
/dev/md4 /home reiserfs defaults,acl 1 2
> 2. Make sure that your Samba-3 has been correctly compiled.
smbd -b | grep ACL
> 3. Ensure that the user account you log into Windows with has the right
> under UNIX to modify ACLS.
I tried with the "root"-Account, which maps to "Administrator" on Windows as
well as with a regular User-Account on a file in its home-directory. I have
created users on unix with the shell set to "/bin/false" so they cannot log
in locally, and then created the appropriate samba-accounts with "pdbedit".
Nonetheless, even root does see the permissions on the files (and their
owners), but is unable to modify them (permission denied, even on files owned
by root and with 777-unix-permissions).
Institute of Inorganic and Applied Chemistry
University of Hamburg, Germany
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