mike at cchtml.com
Thu Mar 28 19:19:37 UTC 2013
On 01/31/2013 08:10 AM, Gabriel VLASIU wrote:
> The important thing here is "create mask". I do not want all files created
> by users to be executable in linux.
> The same definition work in samba 4 with the exception of running windoze
> .exe files from the share. In windoze, there is no read & exec permissions
> associated with the file. Only read for everyone and read/write for unix
> user/group. I can manually set the exec flag (from linux or windoze) but
> this has to be made every time someone copy an executable file.
> Any chance to revert to the behavior from samba 3?
I'm running into the same thing. Did you figure anything out?
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