[Samba] FreeBSD / Samba / usr/local/apache24
rpenny at samba.org
Sat Jan 4 20:28:43 UTC 2020
On 04/01/2020 19:51, bret_stern via samba wrote:
> Good day,
> I have hosted several domain websites under my apache24 web server on
> FreeBSD 10.1 for several years. I had Samba configured to allow
> updating files from my window 7/XP machines.
> My freeBSD 10.1 server still allows me to copy files into the freebsd
> apache24 folders: /usr/local/www/apache24..and below.
> Notes: I can ssh into both servers with FreeBSD user accounts
> using my username/password. But cannot copy files into the
> /usr/local/www/apache24...or below folders (read only during ssh
> So it appears Samba is overriding the file system permissions.
> Trying to move to FreeBSD 12.1
> On FreeBSD 10.1, my smb.conf file has the following share used:
> security = share
> On FreeBSD 12.1, my smb4.conf file has the following change
> security = user
> The following share directive is in both original smb.conf and new
> browseable = yes
> read only = no
> public = yes
> writable = yes
> On the new FreeBSD server with samba48 installed, I can view the folders
> in /usr/local/www/apache24..and below. But cannot write to them.
> Even though this may be an unorthodox manner to update my websites, I
> run a pretty tight ship here, so, if I can do what was previously able
> to do under freeBSD 10.1 and Samba 3.625...it would be preferred.
> Would like any ideas to determine what is allowing me to write files
> to the old server web site files, or preventing me from writing files on
> the new server.
> Sorry for the long story,
Sorry, but it isn't long enough ;-)
Can you post your entire smb.conf.
There have been quite a lot of changes between 3.6.x and 4.8.x
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