[Samba] Why my dir is not available ?
pierre at couderc.eu
Sat Mar 12 18:28:02 UTC 2016
On 03/12/2016 06:45 PM, Rowland penny wrote:
> On 12/03/16 17:37, Pierre Couderc wrote:
>> I have a samba server with a "var" share.
>> I have 2 client computers which mount this share each one with each
>> (identical) /etc/fstab: :
>> //192.168.163.1/var /mnt/var cifs
>> On a first client, I try to ls :
>> ls /mnt/var/www
>> and I get well the contents of www
>> On the second client, I get :
>> ls: cannot open directory /mnt/var/www: Permission denied
>> How it is possible ? where to look for ?
>> please note that, on the 2 clients, if I ls :
>> ls /mnt/var gives me correct results !!
>> Thank you for any help.
> Hi, can you post a bit more info, how are you running Samba ?
> Can you post the smb.conf files from the two machines ?
Yes, I can. And I will if it is useful.
But will it help you to help me ?
I suppose have a correct samba configuration, as it works with many
customer computers (since years...).
Ma question 1 : Is it possible that I am wrong on this point ?
My question 2 : what can make a difference between these 2 clients ?
There is a small difference : the "good" customer is Ubuntu, and the
"bad" one is debian...
Please note that I cannot send the 2 smb.conf because I have only one !
It is on the server.
There are no smb.conf on the clients.
The only element of configuration on the clients is the /etc/fstab
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