Ubuntu :: Samba NTFS Write Permissions Only Some Work?

Jan 14, 2010

From a Win 7 client, I can copy/create/delete any files on any share on the Ubuntu Samba server so long that is part of my nix file system which is all ext4.This box also has and NTFS partition on it primarily for storage. I can copy/create/delete anything on this partition form the same Win 7 client with the exception of Quickbook save files.I have scoured the web looking for anything close to this but have yet to find anything that looks similar. Not lloking for a direct answer but if there is anyone else that has issues copying specific types of files to a Samba NTFS partition.

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Code:

#======================= Global Settings =======================
[global]
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[code]....

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i tried editing the smb.conf file with the following settings , but no one can write or modify the files in the shares including the users specified in the
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[IT]
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public = no
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[Code]....

how can i give access to the write list = cweerasinghe,njayarathna users to
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Code:
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[Code]...

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[Code]...

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[Code]...

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Code:

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Chown -R user... allow a specific user to have write capabailities.

use gksudo nautilus (unsure what this does)

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etc something similar to this

Code:
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