[Samba] Directories and group permissions
ljerem at fi.uba.ar
ljerem at fi.uba.ar
Tue May 3 21:55:33 GMT 2005
I think the problem is under control now. I misunderstood the section of
Samba-Guide that talked about WHERE to look at the efective file and
directory permissions. I mean, in XP, to reach the dialog where you have
the "Permissions", "Auditing" and "Ownership" tabs, you have to click on
the Advanced button in the Security tab. I was trying to set permissions
directly from the Security tab of the directory properties and apparently,
that doesn't work.
In the Advanced dialog, you have a far more detailed permission
definitions. Those are the ones that finally apply to the objects.
Thanks to all who answered... you helped me clarify what was happening.
> On Tuesday 03 May 2005 11:52, ljerem at fi.uba.ar wrote:
>> mmmm... I feared that. Any document you recommend? Do I have to rebuild
>> the kernel or can I just patch it?
> Search in the subject index for "ACLs" - also look at the chapter on
> Directory and Share Access Controls" in the Samba-HOWTO-Collection
> If what you need is not covered in these documents please let me know.
> - John T.
>> >>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
>> >>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.
>> > not, the rest of your post pretty much screams ACL to me, but I could
>> > odd and hearing voices.
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