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Re: [SLUG] Samba - Public Access Share


Have tried a few things, including that. I think the problem is not
actually with the share, but I seem to get the message when browsing
to the Server.

It seems to want the password for access to the IPC$

SK


Original message from: "Christopher Booth"
<christopher.booth@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>
>you can put in an option to
>force user = nobody
>
>from my understanding, everybody who connects to that share, connects
as
>nobody
>I don't know how this works if you have different security options
>
>eg. what would happen under these options ?
>
>security = domain
>security = share
>security = user
>
>Chris
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Daniel Stone" <daniel@xxxxxxxxx>
>To: "Steven Kerr" <linux.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Cc: <slug@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>Sent: Sunday, November 18, 2001 10:36 AM
>Subject: Re: [SLUG] Samba - Public Access Share
>
>
>> On Sun, Nov 18, 2001 at 08:05:11AM +1000, Steven Kerr wrote:
>> > Sluggers
>> >
>> > I am attempting to setup on our internal network a samba share
>> > read/writable by anyone, including those with NO unix account on
the
>> > samba server. The configuration for the share is:
>> >
>> > [openaccess]
>> >         comment = Open Access to All
>> >         path = /home/www/public
>> >         writable = yes
>> >         guest ok = yes
>> >         create mask = 666
>> >         guest account = nobody
>> >         guest only = yes
>>
>> You need:
>>   public = yes
>> If you don't want to be prompted for a password. I recommend you
remove
>> all the guest stuff, since you'll never get a login as nobody.
>>
>> --
>> Daniel Stone     <daniel@xxxxxxxxx>
>> "Oooh, I'm vibrating! That'd be my sister." -TongMaster
>>
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>>
>
>.
>


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