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Michael Wood esiotrot at gmail.com
Sat Feb 6 04:12:58 MST 2010

On 6 February 2010 13:05, kornel kornatka <ds14.kornel at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2010/2/6 Greg Byshenk <samba at byshenk.net>
>> Why not create a single share something like this:
>> [privateshare]
>>   comment =  Private share for local machines
>>   browseable = yes
>>   writable = yes
>>   path = /var/archives/USERS/%I
>>   public = yes
>>   hosts deny = 192.168. EXCEPT %I
>> This allows every host to see just a single folder of its own -- and also
>> makes for a much simpler smb.conf.
> As you can see I'm beginner with samba.
> I've changed my conf as you said... it's not working
> But in my understanding ... :
> Samba can't know possibilities of %I variable to create shares.

I agree with Greg.

I believe Samba should create the shares on the fly when the user
connects, the same way it does for the [homes] share.

I have not tried this, though.

Michael Wood <esiotrot at gmail.com>

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