I'm working with MOSXS 10.5.1 and configuring Samba for filesharing to
my Windows users. It seems my Windows users can't write to the root
level of the sharepoint, when they should -- by virtue of being in an
ACL with full permission.
Let's say I map a drive using the account "its-testuser" on a WinXPSP2
box. When that user tries to create a folder, the folder is
successfully created -- but the name can't be change from the default
"New Folder". Also, I can drop a file in the share, but I can't rename
that, either, once it's dropped. Nor can I delete files or folders at
root level, either. *However* once a subfolder has been created (via
AFP, say) the daughter files and folders can be fully modifiable, and
the ACLs seem to be properly enforced.
Alternatively, if I made the root of the sharepoint 777, everything
works. But I can't have that, for pretty obvious reasons.
For example, here's the ls output of my sharepoint (wrapped for easier
reading). It was configured via Server Admin.
bash-3.2# ls -lae@
drwxrwx---+ 8 root admin 272 Jan 27 16:44 ITS
0: user:its-testuser allow
1: group:curators allow list,search,readattr,readextattr,
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