tenroh at o2.pl
Sat Jul 1 15:45:14 GMT 2006
Michael Gasch napisał(a):
> and you can solve this with the sticky bit
> you could also try to play with "map read only (S)" parameter.
Thank you for your help and link. I know the "sticky bit", but I don't
know how to implement it for new files created in folder for everyone.
I've tried with the "sticky bit" for this folder and create mask = 4555,
but it doesn't work.
> Jeremy Allison wrote:
>> On Sat, Jul 01, 2006 at 12:20:42AM +0200, TSZ wrote:
>>> I am beginner of Samba, but today I have made update of Samba to
>>> RC3. I have two users:root and tomek. tomek is in linux groups:
>>> smbadmins, smbusers and nothing more. There is a folder for everyone
>>> and file made by the root in it:
>>> total 4 -rw------- 1 root root 1195 Jul 1 00:11 group.txt
>>> User tomek is not able to read the file, but is able to delete it,
>>> why? I have no entries in group map.
>> Because in UNIX, permission to delete a file is granted by the
>> permissions on the directory containing it, not on the file
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