I've shared a folder, then logged in to another user and mounted in to ~/Documents. User is Standard, has the group samba.
I have tried a lot of permissions with chown, chmod and so on. The user with which i have shared folder (the one, that has mounted that folder onto his ~/Documents) can see all folders, can create files in there and can open files as read only - and that is the problem.
I want that user to have possibility to write same documents, not to read-only.
When i try to open office file I get this error message:
> "Document file 'blah blah.odt' is locked for editing by: > > Unknown user > > Open document read-only or open a copy a copy of the document for > editing"
These files were copied from Windows machine to Ubuntu admin account, which can do everything with those files smoothly (as it is the admin is the creator of files)
How can I accomplish that?
p.s. it's not Ubuntu One shared (as i have read it has this problem), it's samba shared (nautilus right click share)