[Samba] ACLs and EXT3
spass.haas at web.de
Mon Oct 10 16:48:07 GMT 2005
thank you for your answer
This article shows me a lot of details which help me to understand more about ACLs
But my problem was not solve with it. There is discribe how I can copy files without inherit ACLs.
I want to know how I can move ACLs with inheritance from the parent directory I move the file to.
Ian Clancy <ClancyIan at cel.ie> schrieb am 07.10.05 13:12:53:
> Hi Daniel,
> You need to read up on Default ACLs. This article should cover what you
> need to know.
> Daniel Haas wrote:
> >Hi List,
> >I am working with ACLs and the EXT3 Filesystem and I have the same problem how already discussed in several NGs.
> >If I move a file from one directory into another, the file do not change the persmissons. So the users who should be authorize to access the file, do not have these permissons. This is a great problem in my data structure because we have to exchange a lot of files.
> >I know that this is the way the filesystems works. But I think there are more people who wants to work in the discribed way. So is there a filesystem which have another way to handle the scrolling of files and directories?
> >Is there really no chance to inherit the permissions from the parent-directory?
> >Or do anybody know a workaround to mange my problem? How do other administrators handle this?
> >for info:
> >I am working with Samba 3.0.13 under SuSE 9.3
> >The service of the smb.conf for tests:
> > [data]
> > comment = Daten
> > path = /data
> > writeable = yes
> > create mask = 0770
> > directory mask = 0770
> > valid users = @samba
> >Test with inherit permissions and inherit ACL was not successful.
> >Thanks for your help
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