I have permissions problems with CIFS and fstab in FC5...
Server Fedora Core 4 - Samba installed, configured and running.
I have many users in my LAN, all registerd in "Samba Users" with password on the Server.
On the FC4 Server there are 2 shares with read/write permissions for all users.
From Windows clients I can access to the shares without problems.
From FC4 clients I can access too, with smbfs. This is the /etc/fstab entry:
//192.168.1.1/Shared /mnt/shared smbfs username=xxxxx,password=xxxxx,umask=2,dmask=777,fm ask=777 0 0
The new Fedora Core 5 client can't use smbfs, so I have modified /etc/fstab in this way:
//192.168.1.1/Shared /mnt/shared cifs auto,user,username=xxxxx,workgroup=xxxxx,password= xxxxx,uid=500,gid=500,rw 0 0
I can mount the partition, without errors, but I don't have write permissions!
When I create a new folder, this folder has read only permissions... so I can rename or delete it only from FC4 (or Windows) clients...
And even... if I create a text file in the share with an FC4 client, this file can't be read or modified by FC5!!
Can you help me, please?