Damn permission on LAN directories
Hello there. For the problem I have, I've read plenty of documents but the problem still stands.
I have my Linux accessing my NT based office LAN. I mount this remote directory:
//server/Italy /mnt/server/Italy smbfs credentials=/etc/samba/auth.server.paolo,users,rw,exec,umask=000,quiet, 0 0
and the purpose is to read and write the Italy dirctory and all its subdirectories and files. This has to be allowed to my user account (and not only to root account). The problem I have is that I can only read and access the files/directories but cannot write/delete any file.
What the hell command I have to set up in my etc/fstab to allow any user to rw any files/directory on remote NT machine ? What I got from docs don't work by now, then I need any help from any of you !