Diff for /doc/permissions.txt between versions 1.1 and 1.2

version 1.1, 2002/07/28 04:05:11 version 1.2, 2002/07/28 17:36:24
Line 116  Therefore, Samba (smb.conf) should be co Line 116  Therefore, Samba (smb.conf) should be co
    create mode = 0664     create mode = 0664
    directory mode = 0775     directory mode = 0775
 This will violate the rules in SECTION 3, but will allow  This will allow LON-CAPA to operate properly although
 things to work.  the rules in SECTION 3 are violated.
 Of course (sigh...), if a user generates a directory with  Difficulty could still emerge though, if a user
 Windows and then logs into the Linux filesystem and  generates a directory with Windows and then logs
 creates a file under that directory, the file will  into the Linux filesystem and creates a file under
 be of the mode 0644 (-rw-r--r--).  that directory (the file would, alas, be of the
   mode 0644 (-rw-r--r--)).
 So, the real solution would be to edit the samba source  Currently, for cases like this, we consider it to
 code and recompile samba.  be the responsibility of the user (who logs directly
   into the Linux filesystem) to make proper use of the
   'chmod' command.

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