I'm running the latest version of Ubuntu, and have mounted a SMB share via a line in
The share mounts correctly, and I can browse files freely, create new files, and then delete them without problems.
But when I try and rsync a directory onto the mounted share:
rsync -a --delete /MySource/ /SharedMountPoint/
I get lots of errors:
rsync: failed to set times on "/SharedMountPoint/SomeDir": Operation not permitted (1)
and similar errors about being unable to create temp files.
All the files and directories on the share are listed with numeric uid/guid - which I suppose is reasonable, as they were originally created via a sync from a windows box.
I have no great need for access control - its just a box on a LAN that me and my family use as a dropbox - I'd basically just like anyone to be able to access it (provided they've done basic authentication).