02-12-2011 10:04 PM
everyone in the network could write/delete files in my HD with the guest user...
but the My Book Live setting page says "User access cannot be defined for the default Public Share".
is there anyway can turn off the public share?
02-12-2011 11:45 PM
Your question is better suited to be in the MyBook Live forum, but since I have one as well, I can tell you that no, you can't disable it.
02-13-2011 12:04 AM
sorry posted in wrong place...
Thanks for your help.
Just find out that anyone joined the localnet also can create backupfiles without password...
I should do more work before I buy it...T.T
03-13-2011 10:04 AM
I believe you should look into this file.
The answer to your question lies there :
It describes which folders of the drive are to be shared, and to which users. The Public share is marked to be acessible to anyone.
Warning: only change this file if you really know what you are doing. Also, make a copy before taking any action.
03-21-2011 03:12 AM
Alternatively go into /etc/samba/overall_share and put a # in front of every line of this bit:
## BEGIN ## sharename = Public #
path = /DataVolume/shares/Public
comment = Public Share
public = yes
browseable = yes
writable = yes
guest ok = yes
map read only = no
## END ##
That will solve the problem for windows machines, but not for nfs access.
Mt /etc/trustees.conf looks like:
I don't know what to make of that, as I don't reognise the syntax. Could you shed some light on this please U-PID?
03-22-2011 11:29 AM - edited 03-22-2011 11:31 AM
Well, I am no expert. But I believe that trustee adds Access Control Lists support (ACL) to linux, thus extending the well known unix permission system (rwx). ACL is more comprehensive, flexible, powerful.
When you say syntax, I guess that you speak of the RWBEX part. You can find the answer here :
In short it is the ACL permissions for the share.
Please, don't hesitate to report any findings. I have not tried anything, as I don't have the need to turn off the public share.