[Samba] PDC directory permission fail

Dale Schroeder dale at BriannasSaladDressing.com
Wed Jan 6 11:54:14 MST 2010

On 01/05/2010 10:00 PM, Bino Oetomo wrote:
> Dear Brian and all
> Thankyou for your fast enlightment
> Brian H. Nelson wrote:
>> Bino Oetomo wrote:
>>> And ... voila ... the user can access (read-write) into the shares ...
>>> But it'll means that the user can also "execute" somethings inside 
>>> directory ... right ?
>>> Why we need the "execute" bit in directory permission just to let 
>>> the user to "read and write only" ?
>> That is how UNIX filesystem permissions work. 'Execute' on a 
>> directory allows traversal of (ie access into) the directory.
> Understood.
> I Knew that for every "execute" will need "read", thats why every 
> allow-execute will consequently allow-read.
> But how if i need allo-write (consequently will allow-read) + 
> deny-execute ?
> AFAIK it will "6" or "2" in permission bit, right ?

 From your previous email, it sounds like you want is ==>

create mode = 660
directory mode = 770

For other control parameters, see the "force" parameters regarding 

For Ubuntu:
Having the swat and samba-doc packages installed provides an excellent 
way to see all the
available parameters with a corresponding link to an explanation of what 
each does, and
what its default value is.


> Sincerely
> -bino-

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