[Samba] Windows ACL modify ability?
Louis van Belle
louis at van-belle.nl
Tue Jan 3 14:33:14 GMT 2006
wel, is there in /boot a config-xxxx file
open it with you favorite editor,
search for XATTR or POSIX_CAL
if set M its possible you still have to load the modules
if set Y its in kernel, then kernel is ok.
check you fstab
i added for /home only the acl and EA.
dev/sda12 /home ext3 defaults,acl,user_xattr 0 2
if there is no acl,user_xattr
then there is no windows rights management.
i set right with the explorer and this is working ok on
my samba. ( als 3.0.14a debian)
>Van: Mike Partyka [mailto:mpartyka at gmail.com]
>Verzonden: dinsdag 3 januari 2006 15:00
>Aan: Louis van Belle
>CC: samba at lists.samba.org
>Onderwerp: Re: [Samba] Windows ACL modify ability?
>Your referring to POSIX ACL support in the kernel? I am not
>entirely sure how to check for this in the standard
>precompliled kernel, and i believe that support not to be
>common in most linux distro's so i would guess that, POSIX ACL
>support is not enabled.
>My understanding is that POSIX ACL support will get you a
>closer approximation to windows ACL's,that is, finer grained
>control over the UNIX permissions, but i think standard UNIX
>perms should be adequet.
>That was my original question though, "Is POSIX ACL kernel
>support necessary to perform ACL adjustments through a windows
>MMC?". It does not seem to be from the documentation i have
>read but i was not certain which was why i thought i would
>toss the question out to the mailing list.
>Thanks again, Louis
>On 1/3/06, Louis van Belle <louis at van-belle.nl> wrote:
> does your kernel support ACL and Extended Attributes.
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