[Samba] Unix Extensions and "force create mode"?
liste at kurgan.org
Sun Apr 5 17:44:39 GMT 2009
It seems that when the clients (and the server) use Unix extensions, the
"force create mode" (and maybe "force directory mode"?) setting is
I have a Samba 3.2.5 server that is accessed from Windows and Linux.
One share is configured as follows:
comment = Galleria fotografica
path = /ud0/foto
create mask = 0775
read only = No
directory mask = 0775
force directory mode = 0775
force create mode = 0664
map system = Yes
map hidden = Yes
dos filemode = Yes
When a Windows client writes a file to this share, the file gets the
correct permissions (664). When a Linux client writes to this share, the
permissions are set from the client (in my case the default is 660).
This is wrong because I need 664 on this share.
If I disable Unix Extensions on the server, the "force" settings are
Is this a bug or is it the intended behaviuor? Is there a way to force
permissions even when files are accessed from a Linux client that uses
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