Peeter.Vois at mail.ee
Fri Mar 21 08:11:46 CET 2003
Hi, I'm afraid that this problem is programmed into smbmnt because of
> > When I try and mount a share I get this error:
> > 3620: Connection to CTOFS01 failed
> > smbmnt must be installed suid root for direct user mounts (500,500)
> > smbmnt failed: 1
> > When I suid smbmnt to root I get this:
> > libsmb based programs must *NOT* be setuid root.
> > SMB connection failed
> > This means that I can't mount unless smbmnt is suid root which
> > isn't
> > allowed to run suid root.
> So something in your configuration makes libsmb programs not able to be
> suid root. I guess you can either change that configuration, or do the
> mounts as root (which is what that configuration seems to ensure).
> > Just so much fun.....
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> > Farewell neighbor. Thank you for giving us a safe place for so many
> > years.
> > Fred Rodgers - 1928-2003
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