[Samba] Giving my users the right to manage their print
jobs(cf. CreatorOwner msg)
Joris De Pooter
joris.de.pooter at atempo.com
Mon Nov 14 15:02:17 GMT 2005
Joris De Pooter a écrit :
> I already send the list an email about users not able to manage their
> print job (pausing, resuming and cancelling).
> Below is typical error I get in my logs :
> [2005/10/27 12:24:31, 0] printing/print_cups.c:cups_job_delete(339)
> Unable to cancel job 27827 - client-error-not-authorized
> I quote Jerry from a previous mail exchange :
> "The current print security checks for removing jobs is based
> on matching the requesting client's user name against the
> owner of the job (sort of a built in creator owner) and
> then falling back to the manage documents permission in
> the security descriptor."
> OK, now why am I seeing this since I didn't send this job as root :
> #ls -l /var/spool/cups
> -rw-r----- 1 root lp 48564 Oct 27 11:27 d27827-001
> Changing permission with "chown" to force the job to match the creator
> owner doesn't work.
> Can anyone explain what steps should I verify to debug this annoying
> issue ?
> Cheers, joris !
> PS: I'm using winbind.
> I have maybe a start of an answer : let's say domain user JOHN connects
> to my samba, a child process of smbd is created and started as JOHN. am
> I correct ?
Up, I didn't find any solution yet :(
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