[Samba] [Bulk] parent folder rX -> child file in it rwx => child file from windows read only????
peljasz at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Nov 1 08:42:12 MDT 2011
apologies for being vague,
to me it seems that everything depends on what's parent
looks like, and goals are:
have a file within a 750 folder that would be 770, meaning a
client can write to the file
have samba/win clients acknowledge folder of 750 within a
folder of 770, meaning that if a winuser creates a
folder(750) within a folder(770) samba respects it and other
user should have no write permission to this newly created
at this moment my samba lets users delete a folder with
group (to which both users belong) permissions equals to rX,
I'd have to make a folder 700 in order to protect it from
deletion by non-owners
and the smb.conf is pretty basic
what am I missing???
On 11/01/2011 01:25 PM, lejeczek wrote:
> dear everybody
> samba is 3.5.11-79.fc14
> is this weird or my logic fails, I was hoping that if a
> file has unix 770 then Win clients should be able to write
> to it even if parent folder is 750
> also if a folder is 770 and a Win client creates a new
> folder in it, its unix permissions get set to 755, and
> yet! another(different) Win user can just delete this
> newly created folder.
> with what settings one can achieve above goals?
> many thanks for all help
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