So I have samba setup and running on my Ubuntu box. I've successfully logged in on my WinXP machine, and was able to browse my home directories but an unable to create files, folders, etc. No write access.
In my samba config, I have set the this line
read only = no, thus granting access to write to my home directories. Restarted samba in terminal using
sudo restart smbd and no such luck.
Is there somewhere else I need to enable write access? I also added
create mask = 0775 and
directory mask = 0775 but I'm not too sure what that is doing.
I created a test share and was able to write to the share. My test share is
/home/username/Pictures But when trying to write from the home directories, access denied.