I have a zfs pool that I want to use as a NAS, and I am running into issues creating a network shared drive with Samba. I tried following quite a few tutorials and reading things, including the posts here and here on this forum.
The folder I would like to share is located in /dumpster/shared. It belongs to the user nobody, and has the unconfined_u:samba_share_t:s0 SELinux context attached. The file path down from root has read, write, and execute permssions set. I can mount the drive from Windows 10 over the network. but I can’t write to it.
My smb.conf is organized as follows:
[global] workgroup = WORKGROUP security = user map to guest = bad user [Anonymous] comment = Anonymous File Server Share path = /dumpster/shared available = yes browsable = yes writable = yes guest ok = yes read only = no force user = nobody
I don’t understand what my permission issue is, how can I fix this?