[Samba] Owner and Group ignored over preference to ACLs
justin at redwiredesign.com
Tue Sep 16 10:16:23 GMT 2008
After some time, I finally managed to recompile samba rather than using
the default RPMs.
I have a feeling that the default didn't have --enable-acls support,
which would explain it ignoring ACL information.
Thanks for your help; it works now!
On Tue, 2008-07-29 at 08:35 +0200, Karolin Seeger wrote:
> Hi Justin,
> On Mon, Jul 28, 2008 at 03:07:51PM +0100, Justin Finkelstein wrote:
> > I've just recently upgraded one of our servers from Fedora Core to
> > CentOS 5.2 and a side effect of this is that Samba is now version
> > 3.0.28-1.el5_2.1.
> > Following this upgrade, I have noticed an odd behaviour: samba ONLY uses
> > ACLs to provide permissions to XP clients connecting to the server.
> > Some research as has said that this may be due to the deprecation of acl
> > group control, which is now replaced by the 'dos filemode' option.
> > However, changing this doesn't the desired affect.
> > To be clear: the desired effect, for me, is to have owner and group
> > information (as well as ACLs) used to determine permissions for
> > connected users.
> > I've yet to find an answer to this via google.
> > Has anyone else experience this and have some feedback?
> I think this one is fixed in 3.0.31 with the attached patch.
> Details can be found at https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=5202.
> Can you try that?
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