I have a Synology Diskstation with a published windows share. On both the server and the client (Ubuntu 12.04) I have user accounts with matching username and passwords. (myth/myth)
The share is mounted with:
//192.168.88.1/plex /mnt/plex cifs username=myth,password=xxxx 0 0
I can create, read and delete files on the share. I can't edit or overwrite them.
They get created as:
-rw-rw-r-- 1 1026 users 725178368 Mar 18 13:12
The server (Synology DiskStation, running DSM4.1, their own flavour of Linux) has a user called myth. The client (Ubuntu 12.04) has a user called myth. Both account have identical passwords.
So, it seems somehow I need to map uid 1026 to the user myth? How do I do that?
smb.conf from the DiskStation:
[global] printcap name=cups winbind enum groups=yes security=user local master=no realm=* passdb backend=smbpasswd printing=cups winbind enum users=yes load printers=yes workgroup=WORKGROUP [plex] invalid users=nobody,nobody valid users=nobody,guest,admin,myth,nobody comment="Storage Location For PlexMediaServer" path=/volume1/plex guest ok=yes browseable=yes fileindex=yes mediaindex=no edit synoacl=no enable recycle bin=yes recycle bin admin only=no hide unreadable=no ftp disable list=no ftp disable modify=no ftp disable download=no read list=nobody,guest,nobody write list=nobody,admin,myth,nobody writeable=yes