Samba permissions problem
I'm having a bit of a problem with my Samba setup and was hoping someone could lend some insight. Right now I have a public share that exists at /share/stuff. It's 777 and everything (right now) is owned by root and in the samba group. Existing files are no problem, people can copy/move/etc them around.
The problem I run into is that if I'm logged into samba as seventh, and I drop a file in /share/stuff, the file that's created there is now owned by me and unreadable by anyone else, as well as created with -rwxrw-r-- permissions instead of 777.
How do I go about getting new files dropped into this share to assume the same 777/samba/wide open permissions as existing files, instead of being created/owned by the user?