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Re: [opensuse] autofs Problema de permiso del monte

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Subject: Re: [opensuse] autofs Problema de permiso del monte
From: lynn <lynn@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2012 23:16:08 +0200
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En 19/04/12 21:59, Carlos *E. *R. Escribió:
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En 2012-04-19 21:07, *lynn escribió:
En 19/04/12 10:32, Carlos *E. *R. Escribió:
SI el *filesystems te habla aproximadamente es Linux nativo *filesystems (*ex: *ext3)
justo dejarles para montar, entonces cambiar los permisos (interior). El tiempo
próximo tendrías que conseguir aquellos permisos mismos.
Es NFS. Apenas el *automounter es parado, el monte desaparece. La carpeta real en el *server ya tiene los permisos correctos. El problema es que *autofs les cambia a 755 cuándo montado (pero no en el *unexported carpeta atrás en el *server al menos). Montando la carpeta de padre que contiene /cosechas de personal los permisos correctos pero derrota el objeto de *autofs desde la carpeta entera es montada incluso aun así sólo una persona está utilizándolo.

SI aquellos *filesystems es Ventanas *filesystems tienes que definir los
permisos cada tiempo, en la línea de orden que les monta o en *fstab. No tengo
ninguna idea cómo para hacer aquello con *automount.

Aquello mordió de él es bien. *Samba 'Justo  él' :-)

Tiene que faltar algo fácil aquí.
*L *x

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On 19/04/12 21:59, Carlos E. R. wrote:
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On 2012-04-19 21:07, lynn wrote:
On 19/04/12 10:32, Carlos E. R. wrote:
IF the filesystems you talk about are Linux native filesystems (ex: ext3)
just allow them to mount, then change the permissions (inside). The next
time you should get those same permissions.
It's NFS. As soon as the automounter is stopped, the mount disappears. The actual folder on the server already has the correct permissions. The problem is that autofs changes them to 755 when mounted (but not on the unexported folder back on the server at least). Mounting the parent folder which contains /staff yields the correct permissions but defeats the object of autofs since the whole folder is mounted even though only one person is using it.

IF those filesystems are Windows filesystems you have to define the
permissions every time, on the command line that mounts them or in fstab. I
have no idea how to do that with automount.

That bit of it is fine. Samba 'just does it' :-)

Must be missing something easy here.
L x

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