[Samba] create mask command in smb.conf
christoph.scheeder at scheeder.de
Fri Sep 17 14:29:43 GMT 2004
jep, this is all normal.
Create mask is a mask for *file* creation, it masks out the bits
not specified. So setting it to 770 forces your *files* to get
never more rights then rwxrwx--- .
What you want is the line
force create mode 770
to force the mode of your *files* to 0770 at least.
have a look at smb.conf manpage for the available options for
Jean LEE schrieb:
> In smb.conf, where I share a folder, i put the command :
> create mask = 770 which normally should give rwx permissions to
> the owner and the group of the file or subfolder creator.However,
> when I create a folder in this shared folder from a WinXP station,
> the permissions are rwxr-xr-x and when I create a file, the permissions
> are rwxrw----.
> Does anyone understand ?
> Thanks for any help,
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