hendrix at worldpilot.nl
Wed Jan 19 19:59:05 GMT 2005
Hi Mr. Buchbach
You have to check what the rights are of the owner, group and other.
Also check the owner and group after a user creates / modifies a file
You can set rights in the smb.conf (for example force create mode = ) or you
can use the setfacl commands.
----- Original Message -----
From: "M. Buchbach" <sandhase2001 at web.de>
To: <samba at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 19, 2005 7:21 PM
Subject: [Samba] user-rights
> 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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