This might see a dump question but I will make it anyway
Here is the scenario:
I have two users on my Linux Mint installation:
I want User A to be able to write on User B home directory, say /home/B.
For this I have changed users's B home directory to look like this:
r-x 36 B music 4096 2010-09-26 10:31 /home/B
I have created a "music" group and assigned to /home/B, so all users that are member of "music" are going to be able to write on User B home directory, right?
The answer is No! Not here in my box
Can you tell me why?
Why users under group music can't write on /home/B if B directory is owned by group music and group music has write permissions?