[Samba] Permissions issue 3.0.2a
nickthompson at agere.com
Wed Mar 24 14:30:44 GMT 2004
Yes, we're both in the same group and all files and directories are in
that same group and writable by the owner and group. It does look like
samba has not picked up my colleagues groups. His UID is correct though
as we has full access to his own files.
On Wed, 2004-03-24 at 13:44, John Petro wrote:
> Are you both members of the same unix group?
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> Subject: [Samba] Permissions issue 3.0.2a
> I have two users (one is me), connecting to the same directory tree on a
> Solaris box, for simplicity using smbclient for Samba 3.0.2a. In this
> tree, group permissions are set to rwx for a group that we are both in.
> I own some dirs, my colleague owns others.
> If I log in, I can put a file in any directory in the tree. If my
> colleague logs in, he can only write to directories that he owns.
> Directly on Solaris (and via linux) using NFS we can both write to all
> The logs just say permission denied. Any ideas what could be wrong?
> Many thanks,
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