Thanks, got it.When I removed the [ide2] section, it was just being recreated, so I changed the values and now it is just as secure as my other disk.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Philipp Wehrheim" <flipstar@xxxxxxx>
To: <nas-2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Tuesday, October 16, 2007 3:02 AM Subject: [nas-2000] Re: 2nd harddisk shared for everyone
Am Montag, den 15.10.2007, 20:19 -0400 schrieb Remco:> Hey, > > sorry was away over the weekend ... > > > Remco schrieb: >> Hi,>> I installed a second harddisk "on" my NAS2000, it is automatically >> begin>> shared as /IDE2 with read-only access for everyone. How can I change > > What do you mean by shared (samba)??? Yes, I mean Samba :) > > If so have a look in /usr/hddapp/etc/samba/smb.conf > > -> vi /usr/hddapp/etc/samba/smb.confI looked in smb.conf, but I don't see any reference to any share. Right now I have public (which is /mnt/IDE1/public) and IDE2 (which is /mnt/IDE2). Youcan create more (Samba) shares in the web interface, but /mnt/IDE1 is already filled in as the path, so I cannot modify the shared directory on IDE2!A share always starts with [bla] Well if you don't want IDE2 to be shared try to comment the lines out and restart samba: /usr/hddapp/etc/rc.d/S<bal>Samba stop / start The WebGUI got some limitations -> to be sure always check the config file via console/ssh. Small note because Im not sure if my awnser helps you. To find out which hd is mounted on which mpoint. ether run mount or cat /proc/mountsAny idea where I could look? I know this is not a real Tinky/Icybox question, but I'd appreciate the help!As the list is currently not on a high load I guess nobody really cares ... have fun -- flip