I have a Linux RedHat server and a Solaris 10 client. I have mounted a directory which locates on the RedHat server, in the Solaris system with RW(read/write) option. I already have some directories on the server (Redhat), created using a user, say ruser.
The permissions on those directories are drwxr-xr-x . I mean it must be like this so that only the owner can write on the directory. the problem is, when I try to write to these directories from my Solaris system through the mounted directory, I get the permission denied error. however when I change the directory permission to drwxrwxrwx it works fine.
How can I keep my drwxr-xr-x permission on the server while I am able to write through the mounted client directory?
I've already tried creating the same user(ruser) with the same password on the client system, but it seems not enough yet.
Any idea? thanks.