Re: error when wring to a gvfs mounted shared folder which you should have permission

I think this is just similar like bug#529365,
This bug is still in the status of "UNCOMFIRMED".

I can just confirm that
The error happens when
The shared folder("test") just has readonly access to anonymous user, and some user, for example, abc, has the write access to the share folder.
Then you use "abc" user's credentials to mount the share folder, you can not write to the folder.
user gvfs-mount smb://abc 10 32 100 25/test, and input abc's password.
When you click on the link on desktop, nautilus will open it, and prompt you to input username/password. After you input abc's username and password, you still can NOT write to this folder.

Please confirm this bug, and try to fix it in some release.


On Thu, Nov 27, 2008 at 4:59 PM, minqiang wu <minqiang wu gmail com> wrote:
The situation is like that,
1) with smbclient, we can write to the folder. so the server is OK.
2) Our samba server is 3.0.28 or 3.0.32 now.
3) The share on the server, for example, "test".
    "test" is readonly for all other users, but the user "abc" has writable permission to this folder.
    On Fedora 9, to use gvfs-mount smb://abc 10 32 100 111/test, then we input username and password for "abc".
    There will be a link on the desktop, and we double click on the link. It will prompt for username and password again, and we input username and password for "abc".
    Nautilus open the shared folder, but we can not write some file to this folder.  Got the error "permission denied".

4) sine the desktop user is not "abc", and has no permission to this folder, so we can not try on ~/.gvfs
5) How can we get the version of gvfs?
6) This is not always happen, but the possibility is about 30%-50%.



On Tue, Nov 18, 2008 at 6:13 PM, Tomas Bzatek <tbzatek redhat com> wrote:
Can you please file a separate bug in

Also please check that:
 - smbclient is working properly so it's not a server fault
 - is this repro when using gvfs-fuse mount at ~/.gvfs?

Please report exact gvfs and smbclient versions as well as samba version
running on the server.

Setting the GVFS_SMB_DEBUG=99 environment variable and
running /usr/libexec/gvfsd -r might give you some debug info but this is
only available since 0.99.2

It's suggested to upgrade to latest release of your distribution as gvfs
development is quite active and there were many changes which may solve
your issue.

Tomas Bzatek <tbzatek redhat com>

On Fri, 2008-11-14 at 14:01 +0800, minqiang wu wrote:
> On GNOME 2.22(Ubuntu8 or SUSE11), using gvfs-mount to mount an writable shared
> folder ( gvfs-mount smb://username {ip address}/{folder name} ).
> After you use nautilus and open the gvfs-mount folder, you try to write a new file in the
> foler, you may encounter the "permission denied" error message prompt up.
> The reproduce possibility is about 30%.
> Does anyone know this issue? or how to fix it?
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