[CentOS] Re: vfs objects = recycle

Mon Apr 28 17:09:31 UTC 2008
Scott Silva <ssilva at sgvwater.com>

on 4-25-2008 11:46 AM John spake the following:
> On Fri, 2008-04-25 at 11:13 -0700, Scott Silva wrote:
>> on 4-25-2008 8:04 AM John spake the following:
>>> [public]
>>>         vfs objects = recycle
>>>         recycle:repository = Recycle Bin
>>> --------------------------------------
>>> Just want to be clear if I use the vfs recycle option does
>>> "recycle:repository = Recycle Bin" get put into the the public
>>> directory? As I am having a problem with deleting files on a client and
>>> then can't empty the trash because of permission problems. Will this
>>> solve this issue or do I have problems elsewhere?
>>> Keep in mind this is a mixed node network with windows and linux. I'm
>>> taking pointers from any one with heavy samba experiance. As I am no
>>> samba guy. Also pointers on clustering samba with DFS.
>> It gets put in the root of the share that you activate it in. I am not sure if 
>> you can make it a global option, but maybe.
> That's where it gets put. After editing the conf file and putting the
> option in. 
>> I'm not sure of what your issue is, when you say "empty the trash" do you mean 
>> deleting files from "Recycle Bin"?
> Logged in as root on a linux client using share mode can't delete a file
> or folder when made by root on the samba server in one of the shares.
> That is using the user nobody. Would that be correct as user nobody only
> can't delete file made by root n the samba server.
> I suspect after really thinking about it I'll be much better of adding
> the linux client to Active Directory and do all authentication that way
> to solve everything. Then later on setup samba to serve the Windows user
> profiles.
I'm not on AD yet, hoping to put that bullet off for a while.

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