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  1. #1

    Mounting & rights


    I've got a little network HD that uses samba to share data over the network.

    I mount this in /etc/fstab with
    // /home/Brononi/Publiek cifs soft,auto,credentials=/home/Brononi/.Smbcredentials 0 0
    // /home/Brononi/Prive cifs soft,auto,credentials=/home/Brononi/.Smbcredentials 0 0
    Everything goes well, but i've got a small problem with security settings.
    I can't create a folder that useable in there. The security is to high...
    When i create a folder through fe Konqueror, i've got following in terminal
    drwxr-xr-x 2 254 254       0 aug 16 09:37 test
    I can change the settings with the user root so i can put files in there, but this isn't then general idea...

  2. #2
    Where you can configure security levels:

    1.) KMenu/Control Center
    2.) Firefox browser settings(Edit Preferences; Content; Advanced).
    3.) ....- And I think, in BIOS, as well, if I am right...
    4.) Other. Etc.

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