Re: how to chmod files fro external machine?
- THX Paul - exactly what I needed.
--- In email@example.com, "paul518869" <paul.bargewell@...>
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "swissreporter" <nslug@> wrote:
> > Hi all.
> > Just unslung, installed openssh, mc and the wonderful script for
> > dyndnsupdate - and then apache. Everything works just fine.
> > Now: I would like to make a directory on disk2 (NFS) accessible
> > surfers through a webpage. The Dir has been copied to HD2 throughthe
> > network from a WinXP-machine.the
> > - I simlinked the dir to a link in /opt/share/www
> > - I tried to access it - I get Forbidden in the browser.
> > - I checked permissions on the target Folder: rwx rwx ---, owner
> > "guest", group "everyone".
> > - I am root and just cannot chwon or chmod neither the target nor
> > symlink.permissions
> > How do I do it?
> > THX - Peter
> If you copied them their using windows the answer lies in your
> smb.conf which has a umask setting to set the default file
> when you create a file in that share.
> As to why you can't chown files in there... well that's something I
> have no answer for.
- On Thu, Feb 01, 2007 at 12:31:42AM -0000, swissreporter wrote:
> ntfs on the disk, which i tried to symlink to a www-dir on ext3-The ntfs driver doesn't support chown. There is only a mount time
> partition on HDD2.
option to set the owner for all files at mount time.