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    [ubuntu] Re: Backup programs?

    Thanks guys, I've finally got rsync working how I need it to. I've never had it running properly previously and I have found out why. I've had the -c or checksum turned on without realising how CPU...
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    [ubuntu] Backup programs?

    Hi all, I need some help finding a suitable application to run backups with. I'm using Ubuntu Server 10.04 LTS x64 as the operating system on my 8TB NAS (soon to be 12.04 at the end of the year). The...
  3. [all variants] Re: Setting permissions on directory for child objects to follow

    Perfect! That has done the trick :) Just got some questions though. So this is a home NAS setup here with 3 data drives (Data Store x as /srv/dsx) and there are different folders for different...
  4. [all variants] Re: Setting permissions on directory for child objects to follow

    Okay well I did what you wrote above except for the last step as I didn't really get what to do. I have found that from all but the last step new files were being created with the parents group....
  5. [all variants] Setting permissions on directory for child objects to follow

    Okay so after I migrated from Windows Server 2003 to Ubuntu Server 10.04 LTS I've found it harder to work with permissions. Although I have managed to work most of it out like chown and chmod there...
  6. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu Samba seperate subdirectory permissions

    Yep, did the trick nicely. Samba is now sharing out to the LAN at \\192.168.1.100 with \username then their home directory shown. I managed to get the correct permissions on the drives where a group...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu Samba seperate subdirectory permissions

    EXCELLENT! Talk about think outside the square! I get it now and never would have thought of it! Use the Samba logons to connect home directory, and using the magic of Linux create a soft link in the...
  8. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu Samba seperate subdirectory permissions

    Still no one? Damn.
  9. [ubuntu] Ubuntu Samba seperate subdirectory permissions

    Okay so I decided to turn my NAS over from Windows Server 2003 to Ubuntu 11.04 Desktop. This was a big leap for me as I'm still quite new to Linux, but I thought it'd be worth it. I've got everything...
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