[Samba] RE: Getting owner of files on Mounted Windows Share
speedcracker at hotmail.com
Fri Jul 20 01:34:09 GMT 2007
I think you're not able to write any files or create a new directory in the
mentioned share through smbfs-mount.
To correct this you have to use the following mount-command:
mount -t smbfs -o
For further information of the commands "fmask" and "dmask" take a look at
the manpages (man mount.smbfs).
It is normal that you can't see the original windows owner/group of the
files/directories like you would by mount a windows share on a windows
I have'nt setup a Linux-client in the past to that way to see the full
permission list of a remote-windows-share, but I think you have to do this
with CIFS (see man pages "man mount.cifs") and CIFS POSIX extensions
compiled into the Linux-kernel.
But this would not be everything.
The next step would be to resolve SID's to Usernames, eg.
To do this you have to setup the linux-client with the winbind service,
configuring nsswitch.conf, eg.
This task is'nt easy, I think.
Perhaps you will find a solution by searching the net.
By the way you should take a look into the basics how share- and NTFS/ACL
So it is a little bit easier to derive how that windows-permission-stuff in
comparsion with linux access permissions work.
>From: "Terlson, Adam (STP)" <adam.terlson at guidant.com>
>To: <samba at lists.samba.org>
>Subject: [Samba] RE: Getting owner of files on Mounted Windows Share
>Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2007 10:19:11 -0500
>Are people just ignoring my question because I messed something up, not
>getting it, or does no one know anything?
>From: samba-bounces+adam.terlson=guidant.com at lists.samba.org
>[mailto:samba-bounces+adam.terlson=guidant.com at lists.samba.org] On
>Behalf Of Terlson, Adam (STP)
>Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2007 8:28 AM
>To: samba at lists.samba.org
>Subject: [Samba] Getting Owner of Files on Mounted Windows Share
>I have an obscure issue that I have been so far unable to find the
>answer to. I have successfully mounted a windows NTFS file share using
>samba via the following command:
>mount -t smbfs -o username=<USERNAME>,workgroup=<WORKGROUP>
>It mounts just fine but performing an ls -al command shows my user (or
>"root") as the owner of all files, when this isn't the case. Is it
>possible to get the proper Windows owner of files through a
>samba-mounted windows file share?
>Thanks in advance.
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