Re: File Acess Compatibility betwen DOSEMU and UBUNTO 9.04

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hum... I have it in place of file_mode=0777, and it shoud be the same...

One basic question: is it locar or remote? If remote, it could be a server setting...


Server escreveu:

After searching a litle  put it like this, where do I change?

// /media/DiscoH cifs auto,user,username=Agostinho,password=,uid=1000,gid=100,file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777,rw 0 0 // /media/DiscoG cifs auto,user,username=Agostinho,password=,uid=1000,gid=100,file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777,rw 0 0

Ter, 2009-06-16 às 14:33 -0300, Alain Mouette escreveu:
I moved from Mandriva to Ubuntu and I also had problems.

Just change you /etc/fstab and add umask=0 or 666, whatever you like best.

The default have changed. My guess is that this is due to the new samba version.

Alain Mouette

Server escreveu:
> Previusly I used Fedore/DosEmu and had no problem assecing files, but
> since Ubunto is faster I dissided to use Ubunto, and with the same
> configuracions in fstab/dosemu the control of files is diferente, with
> Nautilus I can create/delete/modify files on shares, but on lRedir
> drives I can delete files but cant modify them, and this only hapens on
> Samba Shares, on Windows Shares works fine.
> > What might be the problem?
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