The tag has no usage guidance.

learn more… | top users | synonyms

2
votes
2answers
2k views

OpenBSD NFS server with Linux NFS clients — file size limit?

I've set up an NFS server on OpenBSD 4.9. The client is Arch Linux x86-64. The mount has no problems with small files but when trying to read large files (in the example, an 7.4G iso file) it will ...
5
votes
1answer
5k views

socat reliable file transfer over TCP

I am aware of disadvantages of "wait->stop" design, that usually is proposed with netcat: server$ cat test.dat | nc -q 10 -l -p 7878 client$ nc -w 10 remotehost 7878 > out.dat (It's not reliable ...
2
votes
2answers
731 views

How to easily and securely share files on a linux system over the internet?

I can think of a couple of ways which are not that easy: ftp - user needs ftp (or even ftps) client, active vs. passive, firewalls https - only for download webDAV - setup of apache is rather ...
1
vote
1answer
2k views

How to access shared locations on a windows machine from a linux machine via terminal?

I’ve setup a Virtual CentOS machine and set up a bridged network and static IP so that it can communicate with other Windows machines in the network. Currently, to access any shared directory, I ...
1
vote
2answers
2k views

The common practice to share file for all users on the same machine? [duplicate]

There is a server with several users. A user may want to read another user's files (few gigabytes) and may want to put processed files in other's directory. What's the common practice to do it? I ...
1
vote
1answer
3k views

Easily Share a folder with a Windows computer in Fedora 15 (Gnome 3)?

I was trying out Fedora 15 but couldn't figure out something: How do I share a folder? When doing some Googling all I could find were forum posts on how to manually configure samba with smb.conf (a ...
3
votes
3answers
2k views

How can I setup group permission for different user on multiple Linux installations?

I have two Linux installations on my computer, with /home on a different partition but shared for the two installs. And each install has a different username to avoid conflicts. The thing is, I'm a ...
4
votes
1answer
629 views

Why is my CIFS share showing the same files multiple times?

I asked this on ServerFault but received no response, so I figured I'd give it a try over here instead! I have a Debian backup server running the FreeBSD kernel and a ZFS filesystem on which I store ...
2
votes
3answers
120 views

Share unchanging data from a central repository on a network

I have a bunch of different binary files (total size of all files is circa ~500GB) stored in a hard drive that is mounted to machine001. I have 200 other machines that need to access this data for ...
5
votes
2answers
2k views

Copy from linux to windows every minute

I currently quickly setup a way to copy files from my linux machine to a windows share that multiple people can access, but I'm looking for a better way. In Windows 7, I made a folder accessible to ...
0
votes
2answers
763 views

SSH Copy Limit?

So I have a small little Ubuntu server set up, with some rather large files that I've allowed a few people to copy from their putty window. Anyways 2 questions: Lets say a person on windows wants to ...
5
votes
3answers
7k views

How to cd to a Windows file share?

At work, I spend a lot of time manipulating files on a networked computer that's running SME Server (but that's set up for Windows filesharing, if that somehow makes a difference). I have been ...
4
votes
3answers
2k views

Permissions issues for shared directory on a server

The setup is we have a VPS running Debian Squeeze, and I've set up a shared directory for us to share files. So far I've followed this guide: http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/linux-setup-shared-...
3
votes
1answer
302 views

Sharing Linux Printer to windows

I want to share the printer connected to Linux with Windows machine, so that windows-user can print to this Linux printer. How can I do this ? P.S. I followed the http://tldp.org/HOWTO/SMB-HOWTO-9....
2
votes
2answers
431 views

How to access a shared directory with Virtualbox OSE

I would like to share data between a VirtualBox OSE guest OS and the host. This location should be also writable by either of the two.
4
votes
1answer
3k views

Sharing Mac Snow Leopard directory via NFS

I am running a Mac Pro using Snow Leopard (not server). I would like to share a directory with a linux machine. I have edited /etc/exports on the Mac to: /Volumes/mstore/home/sdavis -maproot=root -...
1
vote
6answers
891 views

Light-weight alternative to Apache

In my set-up, I run (as root) ln -s ~/share /var/www. By doing this, anyone on the local network will access the ~/share directory by pointing their browsers at http://hostname/share. I use apache, ...
6
votes
4answers
3k views

How to setup a “data” partition shared by multiple Linux OS'es?

Currently I have a NTFS partition that contains shared data. My rationale is, NTFS doesn't have any idea about file permissions, so I won't have any trouble using them in a multi-boot system (...
5
votes
3answers
510 views

Which filesystem to use for a partition shared with a parallel windows instalation?

On my new PC I want to install both Linux and Windows, each on their own rather small partition, and put the big rest of the 1 TB HDD in a further partition (plus swap). Which filesystem should I use? ...
1
vote
2answers
591 views

samba does not work when offline

I have recently set up a virtual machine and I want to share files between the host and the guest. Samba seems to be a perfect solution, and indeed it does all that I expect it to. However, if the ...
3
votes
3answers
454 views

File sharing with Windows

I have a small home network consisting of two computers. One is running Windows 7 and the other Ubuntu 10.04. Neither computer is permanently on. I am trying to set up file sharing between the two. ...
4
votes
2answers
739 views

/mnt Directories Disappearing

I'm trying to mount some smb shares on bootup using fstab on a Kbuntu box. Here are the steps I using to accomplish this: sudo mkdir /mnt/MyShare Then I add this line to my fstab file: //myserver/...
5
votes
5answers
535 views

Setting up a family server

I'm very new to Unix, but after having become comfortable with bash over the past year and after having played with Ubuntu recently, I've decided to make my next computer run Ubuntu, and I think my ...
5
votes
1answer
2k views

Automatically mount network drive when available

I have a NAT drive, that is accessible via SMB. I have an entry in fstab to mount it at boot. But if the drive is not switched on it is not mounted during boot and I have to manually mount later. (The ...
16
votes
10answers
2k views

Simple file transfer

Given two Linux boxes on a LAN, what's the simplest way to transfer files between them?