Samba shares that are mounted are only read-only
I would like users to be able to mount Samba shares and be able to read/write to the. I am able to mount
mkdir /mnt/Share mount -t cifs -o username=user,password=pass,user,noauto //SambaServer/Share /mnt/Share
Once navigated to the mounted directory, all files display. However editing, modifying, deleting, and creating files are impossible.
ls -l of /mnt/
Shows that /mnt/Share is owned by root with 755 permissions.
sudo cp <file> /mnt/Share
(Successful Write as root)
#3 Updated by Daniel Curtis almost 8 years ago
//SambaServer/Share /mnt/Share cifs username=user,password=pass,user,noauto
Make sure to add the
noautosets the share to not automatically mount at boot time.
userallows users to mount the share
And now try to mount the share as the normal user.