[Samba] Map multiple NT users to the same Unix user with tdbsam
jean-pierre.andre at wanadoo.fr
Wed Mar 2 02:25:36 MST 2011
Christian Aichinger wrote:
> I have an NTFS partition on an USB HDD mounted with uid=1000, gid=1000.
> Several users should be able to backup to that partition via Samba shares.
> They should be able to log in each with their own user/pass. I'd rather
With ntfs-3g you can have standard Posix ownership and protections.
A simple way to do that is to use the mount option "permissions"
instead of forcing uid and gid.
You can even define a per-user SID to record the permissions with
the same parameters as you would get if the ntfs device were
plugged into the user Windows workstation.
> not have a separate unix account (/etc/passwd) for each of them (plus
> that runs into trouble with the uid==gid==1000 problem on the NTFS
> partition; I'd rather not set the whole NTFS disk world-writeable to
> circumvent that). And I'd really like to avoid ldap, sticking with tdbsam.
> What I wish I could do was having multiple user/password combinations on
> the Windows side and map them all to one user on the unix side.
Having individual protections imply having different accounts, of course.
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