If I mount a samba share like this from a linux server using ACL in ext3...
mount -t cifs //192.168.0.10/smbshare /mnt/smbshare -o user=root password=secret
...and access the share with linux/smb-user smbuser. I have given smbuser write access to all catalogs, but when I write something to the share the owner becomes root (the user that mountet the share).
Is there any possibility to make smbuser the owner of the files/catalogs he creates even if the share is mountet by the root-user?
This case is supposed to work on a linux terminal server so many different users access the smb share (mountet by root).