I have recently encountered a problem in Samba 3.0.4 that ignores
the "write list" parameter when "security" parameter is set to
share. Below is the example of smb.conf to reproduce the situation.
In this example, I have used user shiro:shiro for accessing the share tmp.
security = share
guest ok = yes
path = /tmp
writeable = no
guest ok = no
write list = @shiro
In Samba 3.0.2a, it allows write access to user shiro on share "tmp",
whereas in Samba 3.0.4 it does not permit writing any data onto the
share. If I change the security mode to "user", Samba grants write
access to the user shiro.
I had a quick glance at the CVS tree and realised that between the
revisions 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52 of smbd/service.c, set_read_only()
function had been removed and the whole procedures had been migrated
to is_share_read_only() function in smbd/uid.c.
What I'd like to know is whether this change of behaviour is
intentional or not, in other words do you classify it as a bug?
this should be fixed in post 3.0.4 releases. If you still encounter the problem
with 3.0.5 please reopen this bug.
(In reply to comment #1)
> this should be fixed in post 3.0.4 releases. If you still encounter the problem
> with 3.0.5 please reopen this bug.
Do you mean it should be fixed in 3.0.5rc1?
If that is so, then I must disappoint you to say that I have managed
to reproduce it in 3.0.5rc1. I'm not sure about HEAD cvs tree, as I
failed to build binaries from it.
I've managed to reproduce it from the binaries built from the source code in
subversion (Rev. 1556). I am going to reopen this issue.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 1254 ***
originally against 3.0.5rc1 (which was 34.0.6rc1 due to the security release).