File permissions for Samba
I've managed to get a samba server running using CentOS 6.2 and it appears on my network, like it's suppose to. If I log in with the user I've created (call them usr1) it displays the one share I've created for access called "media", like it's suppose to. However whenever I try to change the contents of the file from another computer I get "permission denied", not like it's suppose to.
The file my samba share points to (/media) was owned by root on the CentOS system which I thought was the problem so I made it owned by usr1. This didn't seem to make any difference :( what do I need to change so that I can read/write files to the samba share I've created?
My smb.conf for media is
Any help/criticism/non-mockery is greatly and immensely appreciated! :D
path = /media
writable = yes
browsable = yes
valid users = usr1