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On debian I have write permission for root but not for user. I have not done any changes in smb.conf yet so it is default. Read permission for user is present. How to add write permission for user?

gameboy@debian:~$ sudo mount.cifs //MOC/php /home/gameboy/Pulpit/Windows-Share -o user=wat
Password for wat@//MOC/php:  ************* 
gameboy@debian:~$ touch /home/gameboy/Pulpit/Windows-Share/test2
touch: cannot touch ‘/home/gameboy/Pulpit/Windows-Share/test2’: Permission denied
gameboy@debian:~$ sudo -u root touch /home/gameboy/Pulpit/Windows-Share/test2
gameboy@debian:~$ ls -l /home/gameboy/Pulpit/Windows-Share/test2
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 0 Apr 26 21:23 /home/gameboy/Pulpit/Windows-Share/test2
gameboy@debian:~$ 
  • Related to unix.stackexchange.com/a/68081 - and was what I ended up using. (though I didn't need root to be able to access - only a different user) – markm Sep 21 '18 at 3:32
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sudo mount -t cifs //MOC/php /home/gameboy/Pulpit/Windows-Share -o user=wat,username=gameboy,password=fakepassword,dir_mode=0777,file_mode=0777
  • This works!! After trying so many things, I am glad I found this solution. Thank you – Shravya Boggarapu Jun 6 '18 at 9:59

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