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Jan
22
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
2
accepted How can I disable Windows file locking on Samba shares?
Mar
2
comment How can I disable Windows file locking on Samba shares?
It seems that this is an issue exclusive to MS Office. :P
Aug
6
awarded  Commentator
Aug
6
comment How can I disable Windows file locking on Samba shares?
The permissions aren't being changed after editing/saving. However, I did notice that the Office 2007 lock file (file beginning with '~$') is still on my samba share even after saving and closing. Does this have anything to do with my issue and how do I fix it? Thank you!
Aug
6
comment How can I disable Windows file locking on Samba shares?
The file permissions aren't being changed after editing/saving. However I did notice that the Office 2007 lock file is still around even after closing the program and saving the document. Here's what "ls -l" returned for it:
Aug
3
comment How can I disable Windows file locking on Samba shares?
Oplocking and all other locks have been disabled in the smb.conf and share definitions.
Aug
3
comment How can I disable Windows file locking on Samba shares?
I will check for that when I get back from vacation on the 13th.
Jul
30
accepted How can I jail users to their home directory with mod_userdir in Apache?
Jul
30
accepted Debian + ProFTPD + LDAP Incorrect Password Issue
Jul
30
asked How can I disable Windows file locking on Samba shares?
Jun
15
asked Debian + ProFTPD + LDAP Incorrect Password Issue
Jun
15
comment How can I jail users to their home directory with mod_userdir in Apache?
I don't have the capability to use wildcard subdomains for this setup so I wasn't able to fully implement this solution. However, it looks like this would be the best course of action.
Jun
14
comment How can I jail users to their home directory with mod_userdir in Apache?
Thank you. Is it possible to use %{remote_user} with this setup?
Jun
13
comment How can I jail users to their home directory with mod_userdir in Apache?
I am currently using the UserDir directive and I have it set to /home so that users can browse through their files within their home directories. However, once a user has been authenticated they can access everyone's home directories. I want to make it so that they can only access their own home directory.
Jun
13
awarded  Autobiographer
Jun
13
comment How can I jail users to their home directory with mod_userdir in Apache?
Correct. I'm aware of the Apache variable REMOTE_USER but I'm not sure how, if I'm even able to, use that to keep users in their own directory.
Jun
13
asked How can I jail users to their home directory with mod_userdir in Apache?
May
29
awarded  Teacher
May
26
comment GLUSTERFS or DFSR
I've never worked with centralized antivirus but samba has always been pretty good about roaming profiles. Have you checked the Windows logs already? GlusterFS and Sam a can work on the same host just fine but you'll want to do some research on GlusterFS and setting up a complete failover solution for the master and the storage slaves.