Ubuntu Server 12.04.2 64bit and Raid5 permissions on samba share gone wrong
This is my first post on these forums and thanks for any help given.
I set up my server for my home needs with 4x2tb raid5 ext4.
All well and happy.
I format my raid5 ext4 and mounted it in my /home/name/Shares.
I edited fstab with uuid because it change name from /dev/md0 to /dev/md127 and i even tried to fix it by stop and re-assemble on next reboot my /dev/md0 likes to be called /dev/md127, weird? a bug? who knows
Anyway using uuid in fstab makes that problem go away so we come close to my real problem and the reason am here asking for help.
i must say i also have chmod -R myname:myname /home/name/Shares that fixed nothing.
Mounting the share on another pc i cannot use it.
Its read only. i cant create dir.
I have config samba to the most open up config ever, allowing rw to guest all users everything.
I just don't know what i am doing wrong.
I am putting here my fstab manual config i did:
UUID=74bf9e87-d0d2-4fc8-9201-af9bbf114657 /home/name/Shares ext4 user,dev,noatime,users,suid,exec,nodiratime 0 2
Also my samba.conf
Last edited by omgubunt1; March 1st, 2013 at 08:58 PM.