setting permissions for samba share
Hi guys, I've got 2 Linux boxes - both running FC3. On box 1, I've created a samba share of my "music" folder. It has full read/write permissions for all users. On box 2, using the smbmount command, I create a mount point called /mnt/music. This all works just fine. However, the permissions for /mnt/music on box 2 are rwx only for the owner, which is root. I need to have write permissions for other users, but if I try to set the permissions by typing:
# chmod a+w /mnt/music
it doesn't change anything. (it doesn't give an error, but it also doesn't change any permissions)
I've tried using the rw option in smbmount, but that doesn't make a difference either. Any ideas?? I'm fairly new to Linux so I'm sure there's something obvious I'm missing. Thanks!