Ok so first off, I'm fairly new to Linux in general, so if I'm doing something totally retarded just tell me and let me know what I should be doing instead.
I have a partition on my linux pc created specifically for sharing media between Ubuntu and my Windows VM. I've created a samba share for it, and I am able to see it in windows: I can browse/rename/add/delete files without any issues. However, some apps (Zune..ahem) try to rename files, it fails.
So while downloading a song Zune creates a file called ZuneXX.tmp. Once it's complete it tries to rename the file to the correct mp3. Here's what FileMon gives me in WinXP:
Here's the share from /etc/samba/smb.conf:
2:39:58 PM Zune.exe:3272 SET INFORMATION Z:\My Music\Zune\Subscription\Okkervil River\Black Sheep Boy (Bonus Tracks)\Zun25.tmp ACCESS DENIED FileBasicInformation
I set the masks just a moment ago to no avail hoping that might work. Anyone know what the heck I should be doing here? Thanks in advance.
path = /media/share
available = yes
browsable = yes
public = yes
writable = yes
create mask = 0775
directory mask = 0775