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> Netatalk Allow Users View Subdirectories, users can see subdirectories w/netatalk
mkrypel
post Jun 17 2004, 10:03 AM
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hi, i read your netatalk tutorial at http://www.linuxhelp.net/guides/netatalk/ thanks very much.
quesiton: when i setup the AppleVolumes.default file with the only line as
/home

users can open the /home directory on their macs (os 9), but not see and of the subdirectories (like their own user directory). if i setup AppleVolumes.default with the only line as
~

then users can only see their home directory, and not any other directories in /home which they do have permission to view. when i setup AppleVolumes.default with both
~
/home

then os 9 opens two separate connections to the linux fileserver. i would like users to be able to view all the directories on / (or at least all the subdirectories in /home) that they have permission to, much like they would if they were using sftp.

how do i do this? (i would like not to have to setup a separate applevolumes file for each user) thank you!! biggrin.gif
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