Trash spec 0.3 ; Samba/CIFS shares?
spam at micropp.se
Fri Sep 10 04:31:28 EEST 2004
David Faure wrote:
>>This also makes some winbind situations unusable,
>>where the UID may (will) change between systems, but this is mapped out
>>properly on the other end.
>I googled around and I learned that you can indeed map UIDs when mounting an
>NFS share. OK, but what guarantee is there that the mapped uids have the same
>username on each end?
>IMHO with network shares we can't get it right in all cases anyway...
This might make it work in most case:
If .Trash/$uid/ and .Trash_$uid dont exist or is not owned by You, check
alla .Trash/*/ and .Trash_$uid if You own any, then use that (possably
renaming it if possably).
This will also help if a sysadm change users uids and run a script to
corect the ownership off all files (to synk userdatabases betwen
machines or whatewer).
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