Morning all, I have created a SAMBA share running off a USB 3 HD connected to my Linksys WRT1900ACS running 17.01.04. I want this to be a simple, no security share that anyone can create, delete or otherwise use for files. Problem is, I keep running into an issue with premissions in directories.
The Share is set up with the /etc/config/samba as follows:
config sambashare option name 'Media' option path '/mnt/share' option read_only 'no' option guest_ok 'yes' option create_mask '0777' option dir_mask '0777'
That should, I think create the free-for-all that i am after.
However, when I create a folder from a remote machine (in this case, running Ubuntu, the permissions turn out thus:
drwxrwxr-x 2 systemd-timesync nogroup 0 Jan 11 11:56 test2
In other words, I can't create any files or folders within that folder.
What am I doing wrong here?
If it helps, the ubuntu mount is as follows:
//192.168.1.1/Media /media/Media cifs rw,_netdev,user=guest,password=,uid=100,iocharset=utf8 0 0