List the [homes] section of testparm. You didn't answer my question about the missing path = statement.
You logged in as kasak but the ownership of the created directory is nobody:nobody. I don't see how that could happen unless you're using a 'force user' and 'force group'. While still connected with smbclient, in another terminal run 'smbstatus' to see what userid is connected. Bill On 2/13/2018 12:41 AM, Илья Коскин wrote:
if that was that simple, I would not write to this list. I have already diff'ed the output of testparm -v and the only difference is "hostname". I don't think that hostname is the problem. Here is magic: [kasak@kasakoff ~]$ smbclient \\\\kasakoff\\Shared Enter SAMBA\kasak's password: Try "help" to get a list of possible commands. smb: \> dir . D 0 Tue Feb 13 08:33:45 2018 .. D 0 Tue Feb 13 08:33:45 2018 663126024 blocks of size 1024. 595790936 blocks available smb: \> mkdir foo smb: \> dir . D 0 Tue Feb 13 08:35:02 2018 .. D 0 Tue Feb 13 08:33:45 2018 foo D 0 Tue Feb 13 08:35:02 2018 663126024 blocks of size 1024. 595790932 blocks available smb: \> cd foo\ smb: \foo\> mkdir bar NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED making remote directory \foo\bar And here is ls: [kasak@kasakoff Shared]$ ls -al итого 12 drwxr-xrwx 3 kasak kasak 4096 фев 13 08:35 . drwx-----x 22 kasak kasak 4096 фев 13 08:33 .. drwxr-xr-x 2 nobody nobody 4096 фев 13 08:35 foo On another machine everything is the same, but it works! _______________________________________________ users mailing list --email@example.com To unsubscribe send an email tousers-le...@lists.fedoraproject.org
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