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To set up a directory that can be shared by more than one user, where each user has control of the files he or she creates, simply list the users in the Valid Users entry. Permissions for any created files are specified by the Create Mask entry. In this example, the permissions are set to 765, which provides read/write/execute access to owners, read/write access to members of the group, and only read/execute access to all others:
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[myshare] comment = Writer's projects path = /usr/local/drafts valid users = justin chris dylan public = no writable = yes printable = no create mask = 0765
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For more examples, check those in the original smb.conf file that shows a Share section for a directory fredsdir.
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Access to specific printers is defined in the Printers section of the smb.conf file. You can also configure printers in the SWAT Printers page. For a printer, you need to include the printer and printable entries. With the Printers entry, you name the printer, and by setting the Printable entry to Yes, you allow it to print. You can control access to specific users with the valid users entry and by setting the public entry to No. For public access, set the public entry to Yes. On SWAT, you can create individual Printers sections on the PRINTERs page. Default entries are already set up for you. The following example sets up a printer accessible to guest users. This opens the printer up to use by any user on the network. Users need to have write access to the printer's spool directory, located in /var/spool/samba. Keep in mind that any printer has to first be installed on your system. The following printer was already installed as myhp and has an /etc/printcap entry with that name. You can use printconf to install your printer, giving it a name and selecting it driver (see s 4 and 33). The SWAT Printer page used to generate this printer entry is shown in Figure 38-6.
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Figure 38-6: SWAT printer share
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[myhp] path = /var/spool/samba writeable = Yes guest ok = Yes printable = Yes printer = myhp oplocks = No share modes = No
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As with shares, you can restrict printer use to certain users, denying it from public access. The following example sets up a printer accessible only by the users larisa and aleina (you could add other users if you want). Users need to have write access to the printer's spool directory.
[larisalaser] path = /var/spool/samba writeable = Yes valid users = larisa aleina public = no printable = Yes printer = myhp oplocks = No share modes = No
Note Though SWAT is preferred, you can also use Linuxconf and Webmin to configure Samba.
Variable Substitutions
For string values assigned to parameters, you can incorporate substitution operators. This provides greater flexibility in designating values that may be context-dependent, such as usernames. For example, suppose a service needs to use a separate directory for each user who logs in. The path for such directories could be specified using the %u variable that
substitutes in the name of the current user. The string path = /tmp/%u would become path = /tmp/justin for the justin user and /tmp/dylan for the dylan user. Table 38-3 lists several of the more common substitution variables. Table 38-3: Samba Substitution Variables Description Name of the current service Root directory of the current service Username of the current service Primary group name of the user Session username (the username the client wanted) Primary group name of session user Home directory of the user Samba version Internet hostname on which Samba is running NetBIOS name of the client machine NetBIOS name of the server Internet name of the client machine Name of your NIS home directory server Path of the service's home directory Process ID of the current server process Architecture of the remote machine IP address of the client machine Current date and time
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