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Comment 60 Tom Byrnes 2013-05-06 23:05:28 UTC (In reply to comment #59) > This bug also appear in RHEL6 with the most current Samba in the repository > (Version 3.6.9-151.el6). > What do you thinking about it? I think so... Comment 32 Jeremy Allison 2011-12-20 18:00:59 UTC Yes, DOMAIN_RID_GUEST was used in the ACL mapping, that's what I'm saying. have a peek at these guys
Then disable the preview and set it as the default option. 10.10 seems to be a bit better with this but not 100% sure yet. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author's experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. Doubtful since of course no one in their right mind should be using Zune... When I try to rename/delete the files, I get "access denied".
Problem Renaming Or Moving Folders On Smb Share
For some reason samba shows file ownership of the person that logged in versus who actually owns the files (admittedly this will probably vary system to system). I have pin-pointed it to finder not closing the SMB share. Now when user-Y tries to rename his directory, he is in effect trying to alter the attributes of user-X's file.
On filesystem layer, user nobody is the owner of all files and directories in the shared folder and has all needed permissions. Not depands here of use flags on gentoo. I've created a samba share for it, and I am able to see it in windows: I can browse/rename/add/delete files without any issues. Mac Cannot Rename Folder Smb The test situation is a bit simpler as with my first posted logfile, no Windows involved, I just made (on the Linux server host) a smbclient connection + dir + rm.
LinuxQuestions.org > Forums > Linux Forums > Linux - Software [SOLVED] [Samba 3.6.6] Can create files/dirs but can't delete them User Name Remember Me? You Don't Have Permission To Rename The Item Mac So where is the problem? You have 777 set so anyone should be able to write to everything unless you put the files there locally, which means they are maybe owned by another user, or have https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=8414 Thanks Comment 15 Jochen Roderburg (mail address dead) 2011-12-08 12:56:33 UTC (In reply to comment #13) > Same bug for me. > > Samba 3.6.1, file/directory rename or delete fault with
I found another solution for test purposes. Finder Wants To Make Changes Network Share Sorry hard to say without seeing it. Moving (or deleting) the file that was added to Folder 2 out from that folder makes it possible to rename Folder 1 again. All rights reserved.
You Don't Have Permission To Rename The Item Mac
drwx------ 2 nobody nogroup 12288 2011-12-15 10:43 lost+found drwxr-xr-x 2 nobody nogroup 1024 2011-12-15 10:55 test_folder -rwxr--r-- 1 nobody nogroup 220074 2011-12-15 11:00 test_img.bmp Reproduce steps with original smbd 0 - https://www.redhat.com/archives/rhl-list/2007-January/msg04229.html Is there anything I can do to help with investigation? Problem Renaming Or Moving Folders On Smb Share How can I check if the problem exists without Nautilus ? Mac Locking Files On Windows Server Next days we want to try that on our production machine (samba 3.4.3).
Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time. http://fortecrm.net/cannot-rename/cannot-rename-files-on-desktop.html All other folders ok. The ACLs on the SMB server are perfect. I ran: sudo /etc/init.d/samba restart. .smbdelete Files
Downgrade more early kernel very strange coz' server remotely. I was able to reproduce the problem when I would preview a file then close the preview and then try to rename the folder it was in. It's really messed up. check my blog Why does Friedberg say that the role of the determinant is less central than in former times?
If I chmod g+w Darlene, so it is like: drwxrwx---. 13 samba samba 4096 Sep 5 10:21 Darlene/ Then I can do all operations properly/normally on XP and Win7. Mac Can't Rename File Learn more about Jamf 33 Problem Renaming or Moving Folders on SMB Share Posted: 1/7/14 at 12:12 PM by ndudley We recently moved our main server from an XServe running AFP Cheers Posted: 1/9/14 at 11:24 AM by ndudley We noticed that even when we enter the local administrator password it doesn't seem to allow the folder to be unlocked...
Is it related to the uppercase or you just cannot rename anything ?
Unfortunately it doesn't help. But strange because here samba is with: --without-acl-support > ... Are you using a usb key device to store your roms ? Extreme Z-ip Having a problem installing a new program?
Comment 54 Trevor Cordes 2012-09-05 15:34:38 UTC I am seeing something like this bug also. Below the first query finds the open sessions and the 2nd one disconnects. Am I not using the permissions mask correctly or something? news Please use a different name'.
And I think you know better, how this case is handled internally by Windows. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. The trick is to make a REAL change in the complete filename, not just changing the case Voljega commented Apr 14, 2016 Hello Subs, thanks for the trick. May be DOMAIN_RID_GUEST was used?
At least it shows me that I am not the only person with this problem. but not any more)! Comment 18 Jochen Roderburg (mail address dead) 2011-12-08 15:09:48 UTC (In reply to comment #17) > I found another solution for test purposes. > > Edit src file /samba-3.6.1/source3/smbd/file_access.c > > I hit it by mistake, renaming some TV episodes on a NAS connected through Nautilus Samba (smb://server/share).
when running smbd 3.6.0 with encrypt passwords = no I found that I can write files to the share, overwrite existing files, but cannot rename or delete files (Access denied) Test So the real question here is why the "guest" account isn't getting an authentication map to S-5-1-21--501 on account lookup on login, but is being left as S-1-22-1-65534 (UNIX uid Pached version remove test_img.bmp success, original smbd can't delete file - access deny.