problem with samba mounting

problem with samba mounting

Post by Radek R » Fri, 22 Apr 2005 20:55:04



i have
sever
redhat 9.0
2.4.21ac-03 #7 Sat Jul 12 18:53:26 CEST 2003
samba-3.0.2a-1

workstation
Fedora Core 2
2.6.5-1.358 #1 Sat May 8 09:04:50 EDT 2004
samba isn't instaled

mount -t smbfs -o
workgroup=XXXXXXXX,username=yyyyyyyyy,password=xxxxxxx,rw,fmask=775,dmask=775

//server_linux/wspolny /users/yyyyyyyyyy/wspolny/

at mounting resources
destination folder /users/yyyyyyyy have user:group
after mount have root:root resources are ro
umount /users/yyyyyyyy and folder have automaticly user:group

in mounted resources when attributes of files are
-rw-------    1 nobody   nobody - i can't explore them
-rw-rw----    1 nobody   nobody - i can explore them but can't make any
changes

in this Lan I am using also win XP an 98 Se and there are no problem
with this
resources are public with nobody:nobody

Please Help there are my first step with Linux and Samba
sory for my English
THX
_____________________________

radoslaw dot rettka at ppinf in poland

 
 
 

problem with samba mounting

Post by Bill Marcu » Sat, 23 Apr 2005 00:41:37


On Thu, 21 Apr 2005 13:55:04 +0200, Radek R.

> i have
> sever
> redhat 9.0
> 2.4.21ac-03 #7 Sat Jul 12 18:53:26 CEST 2003
> samba-3.0.2a-1

> workstation
> Fedora Core 2
> 2.6.5-1.358 #1 Sat May 8 09:04:50 EDT 2004
> samba isn't instaled

> mount -t smbfs -o
> workgroup=XXXXXXXX,username=yyyyyyyyy,password=xxxxxxx,rw,fmask=775,dmask=775

fmask and dmask are masks, the opposite of permissions.  You probably
want fmask=002,dmask=002

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