[Samba] Directories and group permissions

ljerem at fi.uba.ar ljerem at fi.uba.ar
Tue May 3 18:00:09 GMT 2005

I'm sorry... looking at the /etc/fstab file I found this:
/dev/hda6            /software            ext3       acl,user_xattr       
1 2

I guess this means I already have ACL support, right? (Please! Tell me I

Now, the question is: where can I find documentation about this and what
I'm trying to do?

Thanks a lot,

>>I decided to manage file and directory permissions at the file system
>>level, but with standard unix permissions I can't give just two (and only
>>two) independant groups write access to the same directory, right?
>>Is there something I can change in the smb.conf file to support this
> You need to add ACLs to your unix filesystem to get that behavior.   If
> not, the rest of your post pretty much screams ACL to me, but I could be
> odd and hearing voices.
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