[Samba] Samba4 creating share and setting permissions without windows tools
dllovet at gmail.com
Thu Jul 31 07:48:45 MDT 2014
I need a way to set permissions to share folder without to use RSAT, I've
not found anything about that.
The samba wiki said that
Change permissions on folders of a share
Changes of permissions are done using the classic *nix tools 'chmod',
'chown' and 'chgrp'.
# mkdir /srv/samba/Demo/Example/
# chown foobar:DemoGroup /srv/samba/Demo/Example/
# chmod 2770 /srv/samba/Demo/Example/
I created a group DemoGroup with "samba-tool group add DemoGroup"
Then, when I did
chown foobar:DemoGroup /srv/samba/Demo/Example/
I got this error
chown: invalid group: "DemoGroup"
What must I do to allow groups created by samba-tool works with chown??
How can I do to assign permissions to a shared folder from command line
using the power of samba4?
Thank you in advance
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