I have installed a Samba server on Ubuntu Server 12.04 so I can store files there from my desktop or laptop or whatever. /etc/samba/smb.conf: #======================= Global Settings ...
I'm having a problem with setting up samba share permissions on Ubuntu Server LTS. I've got two shares set up in the smb.conf file. The entries look like this: [share] comment = Ubuntu File Server ...
So I made a dedicated Samba file server on my Debian(3.2) machine. I have had great success accessing it from both Windows and Unix. I can SSH into it on the local network. When I try to SSH into it ...
This is my smb.conf: [global] workgroup = myworkgroup netbios name = mercurio server string = fileServer security = share map to guest = Bad User [Share] comment = Carella di condivisione globale ...
I've recently installed Ubuntu Server 10.04. I already have configured the basics and now I want to associate Windows and Mac OSX machines with the users created on Ubuntu so that when I login in one ...