Map uid/gid of SMB share to local account?
Sat Jun 16 03:31:00 GMT 2012
On 15/06/2012 5:23 PM, Matt Seitz (matseitz) wrote:
>> On Behalf Of Ryan Johnson
>> `mkpasswd` and `mkpasswd -l -U0-20000' produce the same output
>> includes the SMB user); the drive is mapped in Windows as z: and I can
>> also access it directly from the cygwin prompt.
> What is the output is you run:
> mkpasswd -l<samba-server-hostname> -U 0-20000
It's rather prodigious (and slow, as warned by the man page). If I limit
it to my own uid on that server, I get:
> mkpasswd (370):  A device attached to the system is not functioning.
Thanks for explaining that. I've never used the command before and the
man pages weren't closing the gap.
Not sure how that will help my local user have write permissions to
ryanjohn's files, tho...
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