[oclug]managing permissions with smbfs
Michael P. Soulier
msoulier at digitaltorque.ca
Sat Jan 25 12:57:34 EST 2003
On 25/01/03 Joe Burpee did speaketh:
> You've got Samba running under Unix so it looks like a windowbox?
> What permissions are your problem? With smbfs you can do very basic
> stuff, like `chmod u-w', corresponding to the Win/DOS flags. Changing
> ownership requires a new mount.
When I try to make the files executable, nothing happens to the real files
on the Linux box. ie. chmod +x file, and then when I look on the server, they
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