Coda File System

Re: a step backwards

From: Ivan Popov <>
Date: Fri, 27 Aug 2004 22:40:23 +0200
> Bigby Findrake <> writes:
> > Has anyone stripped down coda to make it work without client
> > authentication?

You do not need to strip down authentication,
just use it in the way which you find suitable.

Setting ACLs allowing anonymous read and write will open your data
to the world, if it really is what you want :)

"cfs sa /coda/your.realm System:AnyUser rlidwka"

and the same at mountpoints before creating directories in new volumes.

It may work fine, if you have a totally isolated network.
Otherwise you _do_ want authentication and protection.

Received on 2004-08-27 16:43:47