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i can view the directories from windows,but i cant create files. the directories are 755. what do i need to edit/add to my config? im kinda lost... thanks, and heres ...
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    Samba on Slackware 11


    i can view the directories from windows,but i cant create files. the directories are 755. what do i need to edit/add to my config? im kinda lost...

    thanks, and heres my config...


    Code:
    [global]
    
       ##############################################
       #
       #              Samba Information
       #
       ##############################################
       workgroup = ZOMG
       server string = Slackware Samba File Server
       security = user
       hosts allow = 192.168.1. 107.
    
    
       ##############################################
       #
       #               Log Information
       #
       ##############################################
       log file = /var/log/%m.smb.log
    
    
       ##############################################
       #
       #               Other Information
       #
       ##############################################
       dns proxy = no
       ;unix password sync = yes
       ;smb passwd file = /usr/bin/smbpasswd
       encrypt passwords = yes
       socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192 
    
       ##############################################
       #
       #                   Shares
       #
       ##############################################
    [smbshr]
       comment = Slack File Server
       path = /smbshr
       read only = yes
       public = yes
    
    [temp]
       comment = Temporary file space
       path = /smbshr/temp
       read only = no
       valid users = @users
       public = yes
    
    [public]
       comment = %U's Public Stuff
       path = /smbshr/public/%U
       public = yes
       read only = no
       printable = no
       browsable = yes
    
    [private]
       path = /smbshr/private/%U
       public = no
       read only = no
       valid users = %U
       printable = no
       browsable = yes
    
    ;[shared]
       ;comment = zomg share
       ;path = /home/tehfatal/shared
       ;valid users = tehfatal
       ;public = yes
       ;readable = yes
       ;only guest = no
       ;writable = yes
       ;printable = no
       ;create mask = 0777
       ;executable = yes

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    Samba

    Have you installed SWAT yet? I recommend it thus the troubles of edit config changes wont be such a hassle. Try it and see if your issues are the same.

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