From: Luke Hamilton on 8 Jul 2010 20:40
I have a setup of Ubuntu 8.04 running Samba 3.0.28a. Connected to our network I
have a buffalo linkstation acting as Network Attached Storage (NAS), which I
have successfully mounted on the local file system.
Using smbcquotas I believe I can set up a quota for each user on the NAS. To
get started, I run the command:
smbcquotas //192.168.1.4/share -S FSQFLAGS:QUOTA_ENABLED -A /etc/.credentials
But I get the error:
Quotas are not enabled on this share.
Failed to open \$Extend\$Quota:$Q:$INDEX_ALLOCATION NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED.
I'm trying to figure out why my command fails. Shouldn't that enable quotas in
the first place?
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