But that's a bad idea. You are unlikely to find anyone who is willing to take on your changes, and most folks wouldn't be willing to run them. For the record, "rt. They are not there. So you wouldn't be able to use hypothetical reflective tweaks to use the Windows views. Maybe you could compile them and add them to the bootclasspath. Learn more. Asked 2 years, 7 months ago. Active 2 years, 7 months ago. Viewed times. An answer would likely help here too.
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Joined Apr 7, Messages 6. Joined Mar 20, Messages 1, Which version of FreeNAS are you using? That looks like 9. In both FN You could check the output of testparm -s on your FreeNAS server to actual protocol values.
Also the output of smbstatus for the running version of Samba and any connection info. Joined Mar 6, Messages 6, This is samba behavior and will not change. KrisBee said:.
Last edited: Apr 8, To be more specific, this has been replaced with an "enable SMB1 checkbox". The thing is, I generally have control only on the client side. The screenshot is from a qa lab I own, but in the general case the user owns the server. I declare my client supports 3. Thanks, this is helpful. It might make sense to remove the smb2 option too if it still exists, I understand it's kind of like smb2-default but it seems confusing, at least to me You're not specifying minimum version 2.
Even Linux server is not integrated with Active Directory services. Oops something went wrong. I need to access mount point data using other Linux user even if i mount using root user.
Using chown on a mounted CIFS share will not work. The command will execute successfully even after no ownership will change. Ownership can only be assigned at mount time. Be ready to UN-mount the share you wish to change ownership. After mount with uid and gid above is the results. Now Linux user can write and data to CIFS share and same data can be accessed and writable to windows user. User Branch Cache NetApp. Simple way to create Single user access Samba Share. Samba Share Multiple user access from Linux to windows.
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Therefore, if you want your files to be accessed only by specific user from a specific group, then the above mount command should look like:. The permissions on files are handled differently on the 2 systems. You must be logged in to post a comment. Force close active SSH connections after a defined time interval March 21, Azure Storage Explorer on Linux April 25, Show all. No error whatsoever, but the permissions and ownership remained unchanged. So I got back to the man pages, wiki and all available search engines.
The command to change the permissions will execute, provide no error, but will do no actual change. The permissions can be set only during the mount process. The permissions will not be saved to the files! If you mount the same share on another server with different permissions, those permissions will be valid too, at least as long the share is mounted.
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Force close active SSH connections after a defined time interval Read more. Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.Please verify the permission on the folder on you windows machine and try again mount the share folder.
To give you the knowledge you need the instant it becomes available, these articles may be presented in a raw and unedited form. You'll need the "cifs-utils" package not part of the base installed to get the mount. However that fix no longer seems to reliably work. This same command work on rhel7. What could be a possible cause? On system reboot, networking doesn't start until after file systems are mounted.
Those are the standard options for network drives, and mean respectively: don't back up, and don't scan for errors on boot. Wikipedia fstab. And a silly question: on two similar but not identical hosts one running 7.
On the one running 7.
The smb. What other config file might play a part in this? Unfortunately the answer does not include details of how to mount a CIFS share when that share must be mounted with no username and no password. Log in to comment. MM Community Member 20 points. Mike Myers. Guru points.
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We have a FreeNAS 9. Accessing and using these shares from Windows 7 clients works just fine, until we throw some CentOS boxes into the mix. My client is a bare-bones CentOS 6. I did all of the tests with the original mount. This also happens if I use vi to create the file permissions are good on first save and then edit permissions are wrong. Windows permissions also accurately reflect these permissions.
If I create files in Windows, the permissions are assigned as expected upon file creation and are not changed after files are edited and saved. Editing and saving a file in CentOS will change the permissions of a file that was originally created in Windows. So, why are the permissions changing on the second write of a file? I've tried using or not using uid, gid, noperm, cifsacl, though I haven't done every possible permutation.
According to this thread there are several ways to go about this. Consult the ntfs-3g man page as well as this ntfs-3g documentation on advanced ownership and permissions. The user mappings is covered in this topic titled: User Mapping. In your case you're dealing with CIFS shares mounted via mount. The man page for setcifsacl has the following examples:.
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