[OpenIndiana-discuss] ZFS, Samba, Windows ACLs
lbragg at me.com
lbragg at me.com
Tue Oct 16 02:44:58 UTC 2012
Date: Sat, 13 Oct 2012 19:01:43 +0400
From: Jim Klimov <jimklimov at cos.ru>
To: Discussion list for OpenIndiana
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Subject: Re: [OpenIndiana-discuss] ZFS, Samba, Windows ACLs
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2012-10-13 1:51, lbragg at me.com wrote:
> I have used this site in the past
> to configure a solaris server for Samba and windows ACLs and it worked
> pretty well.
> I am trying the same on OpenIndiana and cannot seem to get it to work.
> Are there any good tutorials out there for this? (I did google and could
> not find any)?
> Specifically the issues are with PAM, nsswitch, and setting the ACLs.
> -svccfg -s name-service/switch
> --svccfg: Pattern 'name-service/switch' doesn't match any instances or
> Nsswitch does not seem to exist. (Remember I am new to this and it may
> be staring me in the face.)
First of all, this should be all with dashes (at least in OI):
# svccfg -s name-service-switch
Tried this and same issue, not found. I did try a `pkg search` but could not find the package.
Not sure what I am doing wrong... :/
Also there are name-services (when changing naming configs,
you often are better off restarting both of these).
> -chmod A- /tank1/Data
> --Try `chmod --help' for more information.
> So the chmod accepts options in a different manner. I read the help page
> but was still lost.
As others said, make sure to use /usr/bin/chmod.
/usr/bin/chmod was what I was looking for!
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