Re: [W32] Edit via Samba
- On 31 Jan 2002 at 20:06, Bram Moolenaar wrote:
> But backing out patch 116 will mean it's wrong for file systems whereCorrect, but that is the current situation with version 6.0 so there wont be a large
> ACLs are actually used, right?
number of 'hey, what changed with using Samba?' type questions if the patch goes in
> It's not only a question of who runs into one of these two bugs, butNo one was really jumping up and down for the original patch - NT has had ACLs for
> also how severe the problem is.
years. Yet someone has hit Samba problems within a couple of months of the patch.
> I wonder what is the actual problem for Samba: That Vim marks a file asFor me just that it marks it read-only - I can still write with :w! So I guess this comes
> read-only or that it can't write it at all?
down to a large annoyance feature using ACLs over Samba.
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- On Fri, Feb 01, 2002 at 10:53:01AM -0000, Mike Williams wrote:
> For me just that it marks it read-only - I can still write with :w! So I guess this comesJust as a side note. Cygwin deals with ACLs if the so called `ntsec'
> down to a large annoyance feature using ACLs over Samba.
feature is switched on. Due to the wide configurability of Samba and
it's sometimes inconsistent behaviour related to ACLs I had to add
another option which allows to switch off using ACLs on network drives
while still using them on local drives. Not a perfect solution but
I didn't find a better way yet :-(
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