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Re: [vox-tech] samba permissions issue
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Re: [vox-tech] samba permissions issue

In the smb.conf file, force the create mode on the
share to be 0750. This, as well as creating a write
list on the share should fix the problem, IIRC. If
you'd like more detail, I'll have to look up the
specific commands to use in smb.conf.


--- Ryan <rcdetert@ucdavis.edu> wrote:
> I have a public upload directory set up with
> permissions 775, where I want want
> people in my 'users' group to be able to upload
> files.
> Files that are uploaded are given permissions 755.
> Using ssh, etc, other users
> can only read the files, like they should. However,
> I'm finding that over the
> network neighborhood (winbloze), non-owners of a
> file that are logged in over
> the network, but still belonging to the 'users'
> group, can delete any of the
> files in the directory. I don't know why this is.
> smbd is currently running as
> root.
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