Vickie L. Kidder
vlkidder at TABASCO.com
Wed Jan 19 19:10:00 GMT 2005
We have something similar setup on an AIX server.
With samba security=user, each user connects to the server with a username
In the AIX user account setup, every user is assigned to a group "staff".
These are the permissions on the "public" folder where anyone in the the
"staff" group has rwx rights.
The "s" in the group permissions carries down the rwx group permissions
and "staff" group to any files created in this directory.
drwxrws--- 11 root staff 512 Jan 18 10:24 public
The permissions were set using the following AIX commands.
# chgrp -R staff public
# chmod -R 770 public
# chomd -R g+s public
"M. Buchbach" <sandhase2001 at web.de>
Sent by: samba-bounces+vlkidder=tabasco.com at lists.samba.org
01/19/2005 12:21 PM
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I've got some problems with the user-rights setting to my linux-machine.
I want to create a file-server-system with samba where I can create a
copy-directory, too. To this copy-directory every person, who can connect
the samba-machine, should be able to write through this directory and to
make changes on documents, like word-documents, which are saved in this
My problem is that only the person, who has created a file through this
directory, is able to make changes on this file. Other persons only can
this file to watch the content. I have no idea, which options I must
in the smb.conf-file so that every person is able to make changes on every
file that is saved in the copy-directory.
The security-level is set to user-security and every person connects with
username and a password to the samba-machine.
Can anyone help me to solve my problem?
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