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Folder Permission through Samba Access
I tried to research the forum to see if there is already a written solution for this problem but I see that there is none yet.
So, here it goes :
I connect my winxp computer to an ubuntu server through samba connection. The connection works.
In my linux home directory, there is a softlink to another root directory, it does not open.
I checked the permission of the actual directory and it has a 777 permission, I do wonder why can't I access it.
I tried to log in to the server, i opened the softlink, it opens.
What seems to be the problem?