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Old 04-14-2005
Question Samba help

Hey.

I have a question about adding users and maping theirs dirictorys.

Code:
Main Folder |
                  -User1 Folder
                  -User2 Folder
                  -User3 Folder
......

How can I add this users to have folders in the Main Folder ? any simple script?

And I need one user that have accsess to all the users folders in that main folder - like admin.


How to do that?

Br, Mike Smilie
 
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Geo::GoogleEarth::Pluggable::Folder(3pm)		User Contributed Perl Documentation		  Geo::GoogleEarth::Pluggable::Folder(3pm)

NAME
Geo::GoogleEarth::Pluggable::Folder - Geo::GoogleEarth::Pluggable::Folder object SYNOPSIS
use Geo::GoogleEarth::Pluggable; my $document=Geo::GoogleEarth::Pluggable->new; my $folder=$document->Folder(name=>"My Folder"); DESCRIPTION
Geo::GoogleEarth::Pluggable::Folder is a Geo::GoogleEarth::Pluggable::Base with a few other methods. USAGE
my $folder=$document->Folder(); #add folder to $document my $subfolder=$folder->Folder(); #add folder to $folder METHODS
initialize We overide the default "initialize" method in order to append the "plugins" method from Module::Pluggable on to the packages list of the Method::Autoload package. The "packages" property is what is needed by Method::Autoload package. The "plugins" method is what is provided by Module::Pluggable. So, the Folder package now has available to it every method in the "Plugins" folder at runtime. Folder Constructs a new Folder object and appends it to the parent folder object. Returns the object reference if you need to make any setting changes after construction. my $folder=$folder->Folder(name=>"My Folder"); $folder->Folder(name=>"My Folder"); NetworkLink Constructs a new NetworkLink object and appends it to the parent folder object. Returns the object reference if you need to make any setting changes after construction. $folder->NetworkLink(name=>"My NetworkLink", url=>"./anotherdoc.kml"); LookAt Constructs a new LookAt object and returns the object reference to assign to other object "lookat" properties. $document->LookAt( latitude => $lat, #decimal degrees longitude => $lon, #decimal degrees range => $range, #meters tilt => $tilt, #decimal degrees from veritical heading => $header, #decimal degrees from North ); type Returns the object type. my $type=$folder->type; node data Pushes arguments onto data array and returns an array or reference that holds folder object content. This is a list of objects that supports a type and structure method. my $data=$folder->data; my @data=$folder->data; $folder->data($placemark); open BUGS
Please log on RT and send to the geo-perl email list. LIMITATIONS
Due to limitations in Perl hashes, it is not possible to specify the order of certain elements and attributes in the XML. TODO
SUPPORT
Try geo-perl email list. AUTHOR
Michael R. Davis (mrdvt92) CPAN ID: MRDVT COPYRIGHT
This program is free software licensed under the... The BSD License The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included with this module. SEE ALSO
Geo::GoogleEarth::Pluggable, Module::Pluggable Method::Autoload, XML::LibXML::LazyBuilder perl v5.14.2 2011-06-26 Geo::GoogleEarth::Pluggable::Folder(3pm)

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