Re: Samba usershares & permissions problem
I had that problem and I solved it following these instructions:
On Sun, May 29, 2011 at 14:46, Rob Owens <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Thu, May 26, 2011 at 05:34:28PM +0100, Alan Chandler wrote:
>> I have a fairly simple requirement
>> I am running Debian Unstable on my Desktop and I want to provide a
>> folder for my Windows 7 laptop to deposit some files.
>> I thought that the simplest approach would be using samba on its
>> own, but I then discovered the existance of nautilus-share which
>> should make it so much easier when I want to swap around things.
>> I followed instructions in /usr/share/doc/nautilus-share, adding
>> myself to the sambashare group and right clicking on an appropriate
>> folder inside my home dir (several layers in) and adding sharing.
>> Clicking on guests-allow.
>> Checking the permissions of things
>> /var/lib/samba/usershares is 1777 and owned by root:sambashare
>> the file inside /var/lib/samba/usershare that represents my share
>> has permissions 644 and is owned by alan:alan (ie me). Its contents
>> include the path to my share and the following two lines.
> Are you sure that all the paths leading up to the shared file have
> proper permissions? If a 644 file is inside a 700 directory, nobody
> will be able to get to it.
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