[Samba] share permissions
João Alberto M. dos Reis
lista at afreis.com.br
Wed May 3 19:58:44 GMT 2006
I do agree with you, this really don't make any sense, but this kind of
police used to work in an old windows NT machine and the permissions was
just like that.
I don't really know if there is a way to make it work with posix acls,
If anyone has any ideia...
Sorry the poor english.
On Wed, 2006-05-03 at 15:18 -0400, Eric Warnke wrote:
> What you are asking does not make any sense. If a user can modify a
> file, they can delete it. If a user can't modify a file, then they
> can't upload it. I would suggest reading up on unix permissions and
> then taking a fresh look at the problem.
> Maybe with some frankenstein scripts you could get it to work, but I
> doubt the samba list could help with that.
> On 5/3/06, João Alberto M. dos Reis <lista at afreis.com.br> wrote:
> Hi list,
> I need to create the following share:
> user1 can create a file in the share but can't erase or
> 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
> 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,
> any success.
> Joao Reis.
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