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Old 06-23-2004, 09:11 PM   #1
jeopardyracing
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Fedora & Network Permissions


I've just gotten Fedora Core 2 working on my Dell Latitude D600 notebook. I notice that I have a strange bug with smb shares. I mount my Mac's smb shares on Fedora using the following entry into FSTAB:

\\Server\share /mnt/point smb noauto,dmask=777,fmask=777,port=139 0 0

Then when I mount it using a simple mount /mnt/point in the terminal, only some, but not all of the directories in the Mac's share have read permissions. This command used to work fine in RH 9.0 with full permissions for all directories. Does anyone know what might have changed?

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