In Ubuntu 16, I've previously set up some shares each with different permissions. But that was always with the same permissions for the folder and its subfolders (done by using the "write list" and "read list" options).
Now I'm trying to set different permissions within an already existing share.
Let's say the share is
/.../share/. Everybody has full permissions there.
But if you go down the tree to, let's say,
/.../share/subfolder1/, I would like to change the permissions so that only the owner of that folder has full access and the other users cannot even see the contents of the folder.
But I cannot wrap my head around how to do that. If I make another share for
/.../share/subfolder1, then I cannot access it directly (as it should be as I'm not the owner of it), but I can access it from its parent folder.
I don't have much experience setting up permissions on Linux-systems, and my attempts at googling a solution have failed.