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CIFS shares (from Linux) no permissions for user

Question asked by andyhorton on Dec 21, 2011
Latest reply on Dec 21, 2011 by andyhorton

Alfresco is up and running. Lovely. The CIFS server seems to be up and running also. I can mount the shares from my Linux (Fedora) machine and browse the "filesystem". Unfortunately, although I am logged in as the owner of the site, I am not able to create folders or files (or delete or edit). No write access basically. When I look at the perms on the mounted folders, I can see that the folders and files are all owned by roor/root with 755 or 44 respectively. They are owned by root, and everyone else is read only.

I used the -o user=andrew,rw option on mount. I have told them I am the Site owner (and submitted the password) and have specified read and write access.

So, how should one mount an Alfresco CIFS share to be able to read and write?