[Samba] question about groups
dale at BriannasSaladDressing.com
Wed Aug 3 10:41:23 MDT 2011
On 8/3/2011 6:19 AM, Andrea Lanza wrote:
> At last I succeded in trying your solution...
> Perfect !
> No need to do anything other apart what you said.
> create mask = 2770
Do you intend for all files to have the execute bit set? If not, then
create mask = 2660
force create mode = 2660
> directory mask = 2770
> force directory mode = 2770
> inherit acls = Yes
> when listing the dir in linux I can read:
> I think that "s" means the inheritance of group-acl flagged on...
That is correct.
> Thank you very much again,
>> -----Messaggio originale-----
>> Da: Dale Schroeder [mailto:dale at BriannasSaladDressing.com]
>> Inviato: venerdì 29 luglio 2011 19:31
>> A: Andrea Lanza
>> Cc: 'samba at lists.samba.org'
>> Oggetto: Re: [Samba] question about groups
>> How about doing 'chmod 2770 /path/to/share' and also on all existing
>> subfolders of /path/to/share.
>> In the share definition, you could also add
>> directory mask = 2770
>> force directory mode = 2770
>> On 07/29/2011 6:03 AM, Andrea Lanza wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I have a (simple?) question about groups.
>>> this is my scenario:
>>> Windows Active directory domain
>>> Samba file server ADS integrated
>>> 2 shares on this last server (share1, share2)
>>> 2 groups on the AD (group1 and group2)
>>> First share is only fully available to group1: this is easily done
>>> second share is fully available to group2
>>> Then I have some users belonging to both group1 and group2;
>>> anyway group1 is the principal group.
>>> when a user of this kind create a folder or a file on the share2, the
>> file is created
>>> as "userxxx" and "group1", so beiing unaccessible to user on the
>>> (permission:770, so if one user is in group2 cannot access this file
>> belonging to group1)
>>> I tried several combination of "inherit acl", "possible user" and so
>> on, but no hope to make it works.
>>> How can I achieve this result ?
>>> And sorry if it was already answered elsewhere: I found a lot of
>> discussion (also very old, 2003 and so on)
>>> but no one helped me.
>>> I am running samba :
>>> 3.5.xxx on opensuse 11.4
>>> thanks in advance,
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