In the security tab, I can change the permission for the owner of the file.
However, when I tried to add a Domain User or Group to the ACL, I get
permission denied. By DC is running SP3 and my Windows 2K Pro is running SP2.
Looking at the trace, this is the error I got. ACL is working find with xfs (I
used getfacl and setfacl to verfiy that ACL is working ok on the Linux side).
Here's the error trace.
[2003/10/14 08:22:33, 3] smbd/posix_acls.c:convert_canon_ace_to_posix_perms
convert_canon_ace_to_posix_perms: Too many ACE entries for file ronb-file.txt
to convert to posix perms.
[2003/10/14 08:22:33, 3] smbd/posix_acls.c:set_nt_acl(3139)
set_nt_acl: failed to convert file acl to posix permissions for file ronb-
Looking at the source code, I don't understand why the code is bailing out if
the ace_count != 3.
Nahuel Greco <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Hi, I was having a problem similar to
>> using Samba 3.0.1rc2 and Linux Kernel 2.6.1 / Ext3
>> with Posix ACL and Extended Attributes support,
>> rendering ACL useless. Now with 3.0.2 the problem
>> seems to be fixed, but there is nothing on the
>> changelog about that, and the bug remains
>> open on bugzilla.
Sorry, it was Samba 3.0.2rc2.
sorry for the same, cleaning up the database to prevent unecessary reopens of bugs.