[Samba] share permissions
João Alberto M. dos Reis
lista at afreis.com.br
Wed May 3 17:54:09 GMT 2006
I need to create the following share:
user1 can create a file in the share but can't erase or change;
user1 can just read the file when he creates it;
user2 can delete and change the file user1 has created;
I did like this:
user1 is member of group group1;
user2 is member of group group2;
path = /home/share
read only = No
write list = @group2
create mask = 575
force create mode = 0575
force user = user2
force group = group2
When user1 creates a file in "share" the files gets the permissons
right: user2 group2 r_xrwxr_x filename
and can't delete or change "filename"
But user2 can't delete or change the "filename" even if he is in group2.
1. If I "su - user2" in shell, I can delete and change it because I have
group permissions for that, but via windows I can't.
2. Is that a problem in my configuration groups/users (my samba is
working with ldap)?
I already tryed to make group2 the primary group of user2, without
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