[Pkg-samba-maint] Bug#424629: security upgrade broke permissions check
bubulle at debian.org
Thu May 17 09:10:17 UTC 2007
Quoting Kai Henningsen (kai.caahafbgbfeaba.S at cats.ms):
> Package: samba
> Version: 3.0.24-6etch1
> Severity: important
> (Versions below from after I downgraded Samba: 3.0.24-6 works fine.)
> Symptoms: on a share with "force group" set, users no longer have access
> according to their usual groups; as newly created files (correctly) have
> the forced group, presumably somehow samba lost the supplementary group
> This seriously broke this machine.
I'm afraid I don't really get all the needed information to properly
process this bug report.
Your complete smb.conf file would help as well as the permissions on
the offending directory and the users/group mapping (which users
belong to what group, at least for the groups involved i the problem
Of course, providing a level 10 log file (hopefully restricted to that
directory) would help, in case you're in position of reproducing the
bug again (which may be hard on a production server).
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