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2010/5/12 William P.N. Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> It seems if I have a share that someone can read, anyone can read it, is
> that right?
depends; how did you configure your shares?
> but +staff isn't documented anywhere (user or @group is, but not +staff),
> and adding creating a Linux group called staff and adding users to it
> doesn't help.
+ is explained in the manual. Did you read it?
> Thanks in advance for any hints!
valid users (S)
This is a list of users that should be allowed to login to
this service. Names starting with ´@´, ´+´ and ´&´
are interpreted using the same rules as described in the
invalid users parameter.
If this is empty (the default) then any user can login. If
a username is in both this list and the invalid
users list then access is denied for that user.
The current servicename is substituted for %S. This is
useful in the [homes] section.
Default: valid users = # No valid users list (anyone can login)
Example: valid users = greg, @pcusers
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