Because of shortage of space on my Linux partition I have mounted my Win
partition (FAT32) to store data files. The FAT32 partition is mounted
(automatically at boot and I have no trouble looking at it or writing
to it normally) on /mnt/win/server this is symlinked to /home/server -
--> /mnt/win/server) for the benefit of Samba users. The problem I have
is that what ever I do with it, chown, chmod, chgrp I can't seem to make
writeable through samba; the Samba users cannot write to it full stop.
Does anyone have any ideas how I can persuade Linux to let Samba
client/users write to this HD/partition? I've tried changing permissions
symlink, on mount, on the directory itself but nothing seems to work.
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