Restrictive linux permissions with smbmount
Posted on 2000-05-17
I am running RH6.1 with samba 2.05a, it is on a NT domain. From the NT machines I can access the linux machine correctly. However when when I mount a NT share on my linux machine, only the root user can write to the mount. And the permission on everything is that root owns it. I mounted it using this command:
smbmount //server/service /mnt/2001 -I xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx -U username
It then asks for the password, and I enter it. I can use the share correctly, as long as I'm the root user. I can't change permissions to it. I've set up the correct permission on the mountpoint, and I can't chmod or chown. Any ideas on how other users can access, and write to the share?