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Is it possible to have n ftp type situation with NFS where by I can mount an NTF share and write to it, but it gets written on the server end as a diff. user. Just as file in ftp get wriitten as the user you logged into the ftp server as.
Hmm, well something is certainly wrong. I looked all over Google to find a solution for this, but couldn't find much of anything about it. I know I have done this done before on RH, so I think perhaps something is broken.
I looked around Bugzilla and found a bug report about this EXACT problem with RH7, but that's been a couple of years ago and has long since been fixed. Unfortunately I have never done it with Fedora, so maybe it's broken again.