[Samba] Excel Read only file bug back on 3.0.23x?
rolandhordos at tundraeng.com
Mon Oct 30 18:55:10 GMT 2006
Is your problem repeatable, for all users, and even on a fresh smb
restart? For me it is not and this is the trickiest part of tracing
I am desperately trying to resolve this as well. Have not received any
replies from this board whatsoever. Currently re-visiting every
parameter and samba default setting change across releases. Good luck
and please post any results.
From: samba-bounces+rolandhordos=tundraeng.com at lists.samba.org
[mailto:samba-bounces+rolandhordos=tundraeng.com at lists.samba.org]On
Behalf Of Diego Julian Remolina
Sent: Monday, October 30, 2006 10:50 AM
To: samba at lists.samba.org
Subject: [Samba] Excel Read only file bug back on 3.0.23x?
I believe that the BUG 2346 which was resolved in samba 3.0.14 has come
back in the 3.0.23 series.
Here is what I have noticed on two separate configurations. The samba
packages were built on each
machine using rpmbuild with the SRPMS provided for Fedora in the samba
Two machines running with RHEL4, samba 3.0.23b-1, drbd-0.7.21 protocol
Two machines running with CentOS 4, samba 3.0.23c-4, drbd-0.7.21
I do not believe none of this is related to DRBD, but I mention it just
in case. The problem occurs
1. User Alice opens an excel files owned by her, makes changes and saves
2. User Bob opens the same file which Alice just saved and makes come
changes. When Bob saves the
file, he gets a warning that there is a problem and that changes could
not be saved, however changes
3. Either Alice or Bob try to open the file and now it is a read only
The only way anyone can save the file is if they first right click on it
and uncheck the read-only
checkbos prior to openning. However, the next time a different user
opens the file and saves it, the
problem comes back.
Are there any settings that can be changed in smb.conf to help prevent
this front happening? Is
anyone else experiencing this behaviour? Is it possible that the BUG
2346 came back?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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