[Samba] Where does the info of smbcacls comes from?
maxxer at ufficyo.com
Mon Sep 9 07:02:58 MDT 2013
sorry for the "dumb" question, but I'm failing to figure out where the information printed by smbcacls come from.
I have a 3.4.x server with basic settings, few shares and not much more.
Share's access is controlled by unix file permissions. Filesystem has "acl" enabled, but no acl set up, so the standard unix permissions are being used.
Still I have problem for a single user in a group to access a share, normally available to other users in the same group.
comment = progettazione
path = /dati/progettazione
writeable = yes
browseable = Yes
directory mask = 0770
create mask = 0775
security mask = 0777
force security mode = 0
directory security mask = 0777
force directory security mode = 0
hide unreadable = Yes
force create mode = 0775
force directory mode = 6775
vfs object = recycle
recycle: config-files = /etc/samba/samba-recycle.conf
This is the ls -la of the root dir of the share:
root at file-server:/dati/progettazione# ls -la
drwxrws--- 55 user1 progettazione 4096 2013-09-09 12:01 .
drwxr-xr-x 20 root root 4096 2013-07-22 08:29 ..
-rwxrwx--- 1 user2 progettazione 939431 2010-02-24 09:32 test.pdf
# getfacl /dati/progettazione/
# file: dati/progettazione/
# owner: zimbra
# group: progettazione
# flags: -s-
>From a remote machine I isue smbcacls:
$ smbcacls //10.10.10.1/progettazione test.pdf -U user%pass
What puzzles me is this line:
user2 is an user, NOT a group! Where is it getting this info from?
Could it be because of this I cannot access the share using "user2" account, while it works for other shares?
Lorenzo Milesi - lorenzo.milesi at yetopen.it
YetOpen S.r.l. - http://www.yetopen.it/
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