[Samba] Re: File Permissions
expertmeant at gmail.com
Tue Apr 11 22:31:32 GMT 2006
What wrong? How much is many for you?
Best regards, Blaz Primc.
Bruno Guerreiro wrote:
> You must use ACL's.
> Your Kernel+FileSystem must suport it and samba must have been compiled with
> acl support.
> But just one personnal remark, the path you're trying to walk (many
> different permissions at different directory levels) is a dangerous one.
> Trust me.
> I've been there, done that, and fortunely fled away from it.
> Best Regards,
> Bruno Guerreiro
>>From: samba-bounces+bruno.guerreiro=ine.pt at lists.samba.org
>>[mailto:samba-bounces+bruno.guerreiro=ine.pt at lists.samba.org]
>>On Behalf Of Dracula
>>Sent: terça-feira, 11 de Abril de 2006 13:21
>>Subject: [Samba] File Permissions
>>I trying to grasp the file permissions on Linux. I have
>>Samba installed and functioning properly...
>>I think I understand perimission in this environment with one
>>I need to add more than one group to a file/folder. With
>>Windows..the security tab would allow any number of Groups
>>and each group could have different permissions. (As well
>>with files and subdirectories). With Linux Im not "seeing"
>>this ability to add multiple groups to a file/folder. Is
>>this a limitation to the Linux environment? We have several
>>situations where we allow a user to "List Content" but down
>>into the folder structure allow the user to Read some folders
>>and others Read/Write.
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