Originally Posted by oldjp
User www-data has userid 33 and groupid 33
You can see that without any hack, yust type:
If you define on your linux box an user
with userid=33 and groupid 33, you will have read/write access to mybookworld shares
adduser -u 33 -g 33 mybook
I have the same issue, i can't solve this with your information. I'm sure I'm doing something wrong.
I have this Mybook in my network and made a share "MUSIC" on it through the webinterface.
Then in my ubuntu server I make this mount :
root@server:~# mount -t cifs -o username=user,password=passwd,uid=33,gid=33 //IP.OF.MY.BOOK/MUSIC /media/mybook
then it aceepts it and I can see the mount, do I have to chown /media/mybook ?
When I run Midnight commander as root and I try to copy some folders and files to /media/mybook it gives me this error
chown: changing ownership....... permission denied
It doe smake only the first foldername but nothing else.
So what am I doing wrong here?