[Samba] The way things used to work...
ldrax at panline.net
Mon Feb 16 12:31:51 GMT 2009
Can anyone help me?
I cannot imagine why is my question so hard....
Looks like I will have to make at least one post to this thread each day until
I finally get a reply/solution.
123 days with no solution, well my patience is getting thin...
Please help me get this working in new samba....
> - need share level of security
> - need forcing of user who access that share
> - need forcing of file/directory create mask
> Goal: Allowing network (windows and linux) users (as well as local user) to
> access defined share via samba (and local user also via file manager),
> without any user/password prompt, and with granting 755 permissions
> on all files/directories under that share and with ownership of local
> Of course, shared directory exists, it has permissions set up accordingly,
> and local user also exists, and have those permissions.
> All these rules are matched with following smb.conf (real entries are
> replaced with foo/bar) and it is working on 3.0.25b and 3.0.28a versions of
> samba on mandriva 2008.0 and 2008.1.
> Again, same ruleset IS NOT working on samba 3.2.3 on Mandriva 2009.0.
> (samba- server-3.2.3-3mdv2009.0)
> workgroup = FOO
> server string = FOO Server
> security = share
> hosts allow = 192.168.125. 127.0.
> log file = /var/log/samba/%m.log
> max log size = 50
> local master = no
> os level = 33
> dns proxy = no
> # ==================== Share Definitions ===================
> path = /home/foobar/Documents/Share/
> public = yes
> force user = foobar
> force group = foobar
> create mask = 0755
> force create mode = 0755
> directory mask = 0755
> force directory mode = 0755
> writable = yes
> printable = no
> In short, I want to use this config file above, and it just has to work as
> Please, can someone finally help me resolve this?
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