jeff at jeff.net
Mon Jun 19 16:13:12 BST 2006
Meant to answer your samba question - the "+" means "expand this group to
the list of UNIX users in the UNIX group". An "&" means "expand this to
the NIS group list", and an "@" means do NIS first, then UNIX.
This is from the smb.conf man page...
On Sat, 17 Jun 2006, Pete French wrote:
> > I also use force user and force group, with a + before the group name,
> I have to ask.. what does the '+' do ? I also set up shares this way,
> but I just have lines like this:
> comment = Live data files
> path = /usr/local/www/live/data
> force user = webadmin
> force group = webadmin
> read only = No
> which seems to work fine. I have done a quick google, and not found
> any explanation (though I have found people putting an '@' or a '&' in
> front of the name too). Obviously theres something I don't know about samba
> config and I;m curious...
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