Re: force user, group, ugo
"PiEmme" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> From a Windows station, logged as WUSER I create/copy files and
> directories (from file manager or mostly extracting with winzip from a
> file.zip) on a Linux machine, via Samba.
> Possible to automatically assign them, on Linux:
> ugo mask=777
> create mask=777, force user=www, ... options in smb.conf do not work.
> Thank you.[/color]
It's possible that the user www doesn't exist or doesn't have access rights
to the directory.
This works on my system:
path = /tmp
writable = yes
force user = ftp
/tmp is owned by root but has drwxrwxrwx (777) rights. Files and folders
take on the group ftp belongs to. You don't need the masks as the user is