When I mount a Samba share it works, but it doesn't show me any files, even though they exist on the server, I also cannot write files to the share either.
The server is CentOS 6.4, running Samba. Clients are 10.8.
I can mount a share from the server using:
telnet <ip> 445successfully
user who mounts the share owns it in this case.
#======================= Global Settings ===================================== [global] interfaces = eth1 lo bind interfaces only = yes workgroup = WORKGROUP security = share map to guest = bad user #============================ Share Definitions ============================== [MyShare] user="<user>" force user = <user> comment = MyShare Files path = /drobo/users/<user> browsable = yes writable = yes read only = no public = yes create mask = 0644 directory mask = 0755
What changes need to be made so that the files that already exist can be seen as well as allowing write permissions?