[Samba] samba + linux subdirectory 'other' permissions

Justin samba_list at midaliasteel.com
Tue Feb 1 07:18:15 GMT 2005

Hi All

I'm sure this is a fairly basic question out there for someone however I
haven't had much luck googling for an answer hence I thought I'd try
here. I'm having issues getting the correct permissions on a directory
for the 'other' users. Each time a file is created in this subdirectory
the permissions are set as -rw-rw---- and what I want to achieve is
In other words, read/write/execute for user and group but read only for
other users. 

I have one parent directory shared as follows:

comment = Staff file sharing folders
path = /home/public
create mask = 0660
directory mask = 770
force create mode = 020
force directory mode = 020
read only = no
writeable = yes
guest ok = yes

I want to create a sub directory under this parent directory with the
permissions as indicated in my opening paragraph. Is that possible?



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