[Samba] Timestamp issues

Felipe Augusto van de Wiel felipe at paranacidade.org.br
Tue Oct 3 14:21:38 GMT 2006

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On 09/27/2006 04:51 PM, tic at tictric.net escreveu:
> Hi folks,
> I got a fileserver with debian sarge which is being held up to date as good
>  as I can.
> I got a machine with two harddrives. One holds kubuntu dapper and one holds
> winxp. And then there's more machines but they don't matter at the moment.
> On the filserver there's a share _images_ that has a force user/group
>  _images_ constraint. Therefore when I save an image to that share owner of
>  that file becomes images.images. And that's fine.
> When I copy images from my camera to that share from within winxp and the
>  help of IrfanView everything is fine. Files get saved with the correct
>  user.group and the original timestamp of the file on the camera.
> If I attempt to save the same images from within kubuntu where I have my own
> user and group settings the k-desktop enironment complains about not being
> able to change permissions and the image gets saved with the correct user and
> group (images.images) but with the current timestamp of the copying process
> and not the original timestamp from the picture shot.
> Now, what do I have to do so that I don't have to switch to winxp to save my
> images to the _images share_. I just don't understand the problem.

	How did you mount the samba share on kubuntu? There is a
chance that something is wrong in the way you mount your samba
share under kubuntu, but we need to check the mount options and
perhaps the logs of samba while you are accessing and writing to
it from kubuntu.

> thank you
> manfred

	Kind regards,

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