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Old 03-22-2008, 04:23 AM   #1
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Apple mounted samba directory with bad access rights

Hi everyone,

I have a "funny" problem and I don't know, if this is a linux Problem: I run a samba server on a debian machine with access to the home directories. Copying files from the home directory is ok. I have a symlink from the home directories to /home/media. Copying a file from this directory to my Mac works, but afterwards I have bad access rights to the file on the Mac: I can't change the files and I can't even change the access rights. The Symbol on the Mac show a locked file!

Does anybody have an idea how I could change this: I want to copy files from /home/media to the Mac and change the contents. The only thing I can do with these files is to put them in the basket and erase them with the "alt"-key presses.

Greetings ToK


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