we do copy files from a opensuse-server with sles 11.1 or opensuse 11.4 on it to a Windows 2003 Server.
If the file on the linux side has the permission 222, 333,666 it will be changed to 777 on the target directory.
If the file has the permission 444 or 555 it will have 555 on the target directory.
This is not what I want. These files shall get 777 like the others.
The row at /etc/fstab is like the following:
//192.168.178.1/PATH /mnt/PATH cifs credentials=/fstab-cred-admin.txt,file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777,iocharset=iso8859-15 0 0
- cifs and samba:version 3.4.3-1.19.1
- cifs-utils: Version 4.6
- samba: 3.5.7
umask says 0022.
Thanks for a hint.