Kenn Humborg hath declared on Wednesday the 06 day of September 2000 :-:
> On Wed, Sep 06, 2000 at 11:58:09PM +0200, Deim Agoston wrote:
> > On Tue, 5 Sep 2000, Kent West wrote:
> > > I had a similar problem when trying to keep an ACT!2000 database
> > > (Access-based, I think) on a Samba server. Whenever one user would
> > > access the database, some of the files would revert to his ownership,
> > > locking out other users. The solution was to modify smb.conf so that the
> > > files always belonged to a specific user/group. I don't have the
> > Huh ! How did you do it ?
>> The trick is to use classic Unix security facilities, not Samba.
You _could_ use the samba service paramaters...
force user = someuser
force group = somegroup
to force file creation on a particular share to be owned by a
paticular unix user.
Have a good read on smb.conf there are a lot of options.
Robert "bobb" Crosbie.
System Administrator, Internet Ireland.
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