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Dec
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awarded  Notable Question
Jan
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awarded  Popular Question
Mar
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accepted How can I disable Windows file locking on Samba shares?
Mar
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comment How can I disable Windows file locking on Samba shares?
It seems that this is an issue exclusive to MS Office. :P
Aug
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awarded  Commentator
Aug
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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
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accepted How can I jail users to their home directory with mod_userdir in Apache?
Jul
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accepted Debian + ProFTPD + LDAP Incorrect Password Issue
Jul
30
asked How can I disable Windows file locking on Samba shares?
Jun
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asked Debian + ProFTPD + LDAP Incorrect Password Issue
Jun
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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
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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
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asked How can I jail users to their home directory with mod_userdir in Apache?
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