Read-write samba share not writable in FC5T3

Dane Mutters dmutters at
Tue Feb 28 01:31:15 UTC 2006

> That would be SELinux. Run System Settings | Security Level and change
> what SELinux allows Samba to do. Failing that you can use getsebool and
> setsebool to manipulate the policy booleans in the same manner.

	I tried several combinations of SELinux options, and eventually just disabled 
SELinux protection for all the Samba-related daemons.  That fixed it.  Should 
this be considered a bug/something to be fixed?  It seems to me that the 
average user just wanting to share a few files won't know how to/want to mess 
with the security settings.

	What do you think?


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