Hi all. i'm using centos 5x. i have folder Test. now how can give for user: u1 on folder test just have permission write and can not delete anything in folder test. Because if i gi... [by hohoangluan]
so i'm trying to make a shared folder for other users, inside that folder i want a personal folder for every user.
I have given full control to everyone on the network, so i can do anything i want, i tried to remove the "Delete" permission but than i couldn't create a folder with a new, which would mean all my folders are called "New Folder".
i have bit issues here, but samba installation is successfull i can create user and authonticate but the problem is after mapping the folder and test to create a folder it says "you dont have permission" is there any missing in my conf?
I have a user account on a cluster( a server), and can only install program like python on the home folder. In case I might accidentally delete the bin, lib, share,include folders coming with the installation of python on the home folder.
I have files created into my home directory with only user read permission (r-- --- ---). I want to copy this file to another directory /etc/test/ which has the folder permission of 744 (rwx r-- r--). I need to allow for the file I am copying to inherit the permission of the folder it is copied in because so far when I copy it, the files permissions are still the same (r-- --- ---).