[Samba] Re: Access denied changing file attributes
batterseapower at hotmail.com
Fri Jan 21 21:50:42 GMT 2005
Max Bolingbroke wrote:
> I've been tearing my hair out trying to get DOS file attributes to
> work with Samba. Basically, I have it all set up so the user
> mbolingbroke (me) can write to this Supernova Backup share I have -
> this all works fine. However, since this is going to backup my Windows
> machine I want to preserve the file attributes. To this end, I've set
> up mapping of the attributess using "map archive = yes" and so on.
> However, whenever I try to change the file attributes using either
> Windows or the smbclient, I get the error: "An error occured applying
> attributes to the file <file name> Access is denied".
> I've tried using both extended attributes and the "map * = yes"
> approach to do this - neither has worked. Both extended attributes and
> ACLs for my filesystem are compiled into the kernel, although I
> removed the ACL I had set up from my backup share at one stage trying
> to get this to work and still no joy. The user mbolingbroke is mapped
> to the NT username of "Max Bolingbroke" in smbusers and there is a
> corresponding entry in smbpasswd.
> I'd be really greatful for any insight on this problem! Thanks!
> Max Bolingbroke
> getfacl output on share:
> # file: supernova
> # owner: mbolingbroke
> # group: users
> netbios name = Nebula
> server string = An Expanding Cloud Of Vapour
> workgroup = BOLINGBROKE
> security = user
> client ntlmv2 auth = yes
> username map = /etc/samba/smbusers
> encrypt passwords = yes
> smb passwd file = /etc/samba/smbpasswd
> hosts allow = 192.168.1.
> wins server = 192.168.1.2
> name resolve order = wins hosts lmhosts bcase
> log file = /var/log/samba/log.%m
> max log size = 1024
> preserve case = yes
> short preserve case = yes
> map archive = yes
> map hidden = yes
> map system = yes
> [Supernova Backup]
> comment = Supernova backup area
> guest ok = no
> path = /data/supernova/
> public = yes
> writeable = yes
> create mask = 755
Does anyone have any idea about this? I'm desperate enough that I'm
about ready to buy another Windows licence for the trouble it'll save
me. Hell, if all else fails can anyone suggest another networkable file
system that's well supported in Windows and Linux?
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