I have a Debian server sharing files via Samba. I can access the files via Windows with no problems whatsoever, but when I try to mount the share on a Fedora client using the same credentials I am unable to write to any files. I have proper read access, but no write permissions.
Here are the settings for the share from my smb.conf:
[lampp] path = /opt/lampp writable = yes browsable = yes
I have to assume that it is an issue on the Fedora side of things because accessing the share from Windows works fine. I have also tried mounting via SSHFS with no luck; it also will allow me to read files but not write. However, in Windows, using a program called WebDrive I am able to access the files (essentially via SSHFS) with no issues whatsoever.
I have tried setting up NFS but not much luck there either; I'd rather just stick with Samba if possible.