How can I use the veto option for the user, such that users could not
save *.mp3 files in there home folder.
My home folder part of conf file is as follows :
revalidate = yes
comment = Home Directories
writeable = yes
veto files =
delete veto files = yes
valid users = MYDOMAIN\%S
But still user can copy mp3 files in there home folders, than I added
the veto option in global section also as follows :
server string = new databank
smb passwd file = /etc/samba/smbpasswd
passdb backend = tdbsam
log file = /var/log/samba/log.%m
max log size = 50
delete veto files = Yes
veto files =
Can anybody help me how to restrict users from saving mp3 files in
there home folders .......................
I have just (for now...) signed up for Vonage phone service. My system as is
was BEFORE I connected the Vonage V-Portal Phone Adapter was like this:
Two Fedora Linux systems connected to a router that is connected to a cable
modem that is connected to the Comcast cable that comes out of my wall. We do
NOT have any other services from Comcast other than cable internet. No TV, No
Phone, just Internet. I have a dynamic IP address. But, like with many of us,
it almost never changes.
THEN I connected the Vonage V-Portal Phone Adapter like the instructions
specify. In short, the adapter goes between the modem and the router. Which I
am reasonably sure is the cause of my problems.
I discovered after I connected the Vonage device that the IP address that I have
had with Comcast had changed for the first time in a REAL long time. So, in an
attempt to fix my ability to access the mail server on my Fedora 8 system from my
new system (Fedora 11) I changed the IP address on dnsexit.com to match the new
one. This did not in any way change my situation... So I had an idea: I
disconnected the Vonage device, probably did a modem/router power cycle and
rebooted my PC's. Guess What? My IP address changed AGAIN! Any guesses on
what it changed to? The exact same IP address that I had before I connected the
Vonage adapter... I wasn't exactly too suprised when my email setup started to
work perfectly again.
So, my question is, has anyone with two or more Fedora/Linux systems on a local
network that is also running a mail server on one of the systems been able to
successfully connect the Vonage V-Portal Phone Adapter to their network and
still have their network function exactly as it did before the adapter was
Your help is greatly appreciated!
Steven P. Ulrick