hi,just playing with a samba server, say 10 users, with 5 shares and in keeping with my usual windows server, i made a group for each share and i drop users into the group according to ... [by skiv71]
on 04/07/2010 – Made popular on 04/07/2010
I have a server running Samba with a share called "MyShare". MyShare contains a folder that, on the Server's file system is owned by user "User1" and Group "Employees". The folder and it's files are 770 and 660 respectively.
I have a few conditions to meet with a new samba setup.I want to migrate a windows based share to a linux samba share. However this time the share is in the regular corporate LAN and I do not have the rights to add this samba server to the corporate windows domain.
Okay, I give up. I have changed my server from an old Dec ALPHA to a shiny new to me DELL 2650. Installed Lubuntu 11.10 with no problems and mounted my RAID 1 setup formated fat32 for my windoze machines. I want to share with samba, but i can't change the group settings after i have mounted it. It is owned by root, and the group is root. I want to change the group to users for my samba shares.
Hello community! I'm setting up my first linux fileserver for Windows clients and am having some problems properly setting up the shares. I have a shared folder via Samba where multiple users (who are organized by group) should have permissions of rwxrwx--- (0770).