Allow me to elaborate on the title.
I have a folder in
~/Documents named "Share" (
~/Documents/Share). I enabled sharing for this folder by right clicking it in the nautilus explorer and clicking on the "Local Network Share" button.
Allow others to create and delete files in this folder and
Guest access options are enabled.
My two windows machines can read/write to this folder just fine. However, when the windows machines create files/folders in the shared folder, I cannot edit them locally on the linux host.
Here's a screenshot of the local shared folder
Also interestingly, any files created on the local linux host are read only on the windows end.
I ran the command
mkdir CreatedByLinux while inside the
Share folder, and this is what occured on windows when I tried adding a new file to the
Inside the shared folder
- Files created by windows cannot be modified locally
- On windows, files created by linux cannot be modied
I want to be able to allow both the local linux host and all clients to have FULL read/write permissions to the
Shared folder, including applying these permissions automatically to any newly created files/folders. How would I do this?
Technical info :
Linux host : Ubuntu 18.10