[Wolves] Samba Question

wolves@mailman.lug.org.uk wolves at mailman.lug.org.uk
Fri Jul 18 16:33:01 2003

Ok, I'm having trouble understanding your exact problem, but
just for what it's worth - have you considered it may be a
unix file perms problem? Just a thought.


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On 16 Jul 2003, Wayne Morris wrote:

> Can someone tell me what I'm doing wrong!
> My Samba server is set up with various shares, which seem to work
> correctly from my XP box - depending on who you log into XP with, you
> can rw the appropriate home share on the Samba server etc.
> >From my Linux box, I can use smblient and access the shares using the
> appropriate user/pass.
> But I can only mount shares as root, and as root I have full access.
> But even using (as root):
> mount -t smbfs //webserve/share /home/wayne/share -o username=<user> -o
> rw with correct user/pass
> the share is mounted and readable, I just can write to it as user.
> Any ideas?
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