i have the following command:
mount -t smbfs -o username=user,password=password,uid=1000,gid=100,dmask=0,fmask=0rw //192.168.1.111/user /home/user/network/
yet when i open up the /home/user/network folder, i cannot access any of the folders nor write anywhere, because the UID and GID are still set to what it is on the server..... how can i mount a samba directory so that one user has full permissions to it, regardless of it's permissions on the server? and how do i set it up in fstab?
i have tried adding the following to /etc/fstab, yet it does nothing at all
//192.168.1.111/user /home/user/network smbfs rw,credentials=/home/user/.credentials 0 0
//192.168.1.111/user /home/user/network smbfs rw,username=user,password=password 0 0
in all of the above user and password will of course be substituted for the actual name and password....
any help would be great on this!
I have also tried NFS to help solve my linux-linux problems, yet it never allowed me to share on a per user basis.