I'm quite new to Linux - half a year ago a made it to linux mint 14, 64bit (mate).
So far I'm quite settled but there is one thing which bothers me for quite a while now.
I did setup an additional linux-machine - samba-fileserver which is accessible within my homenetwork. On this machine there is a samba-share acitvated and user is rudi which has read and write access to this share.
So getting to my problem: I did a permanent link within fstab to access this share from my other linux machine (64bit -desribed above):
//192.168.0.200/Daten /media/Daten cifs user=rudi,password=geheim,rw,iocharset=utf8,codepage=850,user 0 0
this share is now permant at startup and I can access all files. The only problem is that I only can read files on the samba-share although user "rudi" is the owner of the share (on the file server).
Also once I connect directly to this share with username = rudi and password I can access files for writing and reading.
Permanent mount in fstab is working but only with read access - how can I get permanent mounted share for reading and writing for rudi?
here is what I can see once this share (Daten) is mounted:
drwsr-xr-x 5 user root 0 Jan 28 18:40 Daten
it belongs to user, group root - but only user has read write access and now ... ?? Somehow I think I have some misunderstanding how to control this samba share for writing as well...
I'm new to this forum so I apologize for not having supported all necessary information.
I also played around with the sticky bit ... but I think that's too tough for me to handle...
Greetings and thanks alot