I have setup my 5.9 standard gold system to mount a samba share on a Vista Ultimate machine.
I have the share mounted at /media/smb with :
mount -t smbfs -o username=duke,password=xxx //vistamachine/Share /media/smb
If I use a terminal to cd to the share then I can create a file with something like:
As long as I am root user. As my regular user (duke) I cannot write only read.
Before mounting at /media/smb I did:
chown duke smb
And after mounting and finding out I don't have write permission I tried:
chown -R duke smb
Which gave me a whole bunch of "Operation not Permitted" errors.
How can I give my regular user write access to samba mounts?