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How to give Read, Write Permissions using IPs in SAMBA

I want to give Read and Write access based on the IPs instead of the Users in SAMBA using smb.conf This is the Text I copied from my smb.conf file. [TEST] comment = test path = ...
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Create Temporary Samba Share

Is there a possibility to temporarily share a directory per Samba? With python3 i can serve the current directory per HTTP using: python -m http.server. I'd like to do the same thing with Samba.
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How do I change file/directory permission of a nfs mounted directory, so I access files as user?

On a Ubuntu computer I mounted a directory from another computer using the following line in the fstab: 12.34.56.78:/space/Images /mnt/space/images nfs rsize=16384,wsize=16384,rw,auto,nolock 0 0 ...
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NFS partition mounted as read only

(Disclaimer: I've read "NFS sharing is read only" and I think it's not the same problem) I have just setup NFS on my raspberry (Raspbian) and I'm trying to access it from OSX. So far so good, I can ...
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RHEL 7: mount windows cifs share failed

It may look like it is duplicate question but in context of RHEL 7, it is not. As RHEL 7 does not have mount.cifs binary present in /sbin, I want to know what else can be done to mount windows cifs ...
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What are bogus file nlink values?

I am using files from a SMB share on my Raspberry Pi, running Raspbian. Whenever I access those files, I get the following message in my syslog: CIFS VFS: bogus file nlink value 0 What does that ...
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Simplest way to send files over network

What is the simplest and most versatile way to send files over the network to other computers? By that I mean computers that other people are using at the moment. I don't think SSH works if the ...
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Can an NFS stale file handle persist for 2 complete days without any sign?

I have my home directory on an NFS file server, our IT team has moved to another server one week ago. Before the move, I killed all my processes with killall -u my_user_name. After the move, I was ...
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Reshareing a Samba share

Thanks for looking at my question. I have 2 Networks on my firewall, 1 for the users and 1 for some servers. Now I have 1 server as sort of portal to some shares on other servers. the portal server ...
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Windows file shares dissapear erratically in Linux file browser

My network consists of a router which acts as a dhcp server. Connected to one of its ethernet ports is a unmanaged switch which in turn has all my machines connected to it via ethernet. On this ...
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Is it possible to share an external hard drive through server?

I was wondering if it is possible to share an external hard drive in CentOS server? Sorry if this question seems basic. I'm new to system administration.
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Cannot share folders betwen Mac OS X based VMWare 7.1.1 and Guest Fedora 21 system

I would like to share my Mac OSX 'Downloads' folder. I set this up as a shared folder in vmware settings. Currently, although I made a folder at mnt/hgfs/Downloads, it does not have the contents of ...
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Samba not working

I'm trying to follow this guide: http://www.sitepoint.com/ubuntu-12-04-lts-precise-pangolin-file-sharing-with-samba but I'm sure there are many of them. I've had problems with Samba before. In fact ...
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How to move completed torrent downloads to another folder without breaking the torrent link?

I'm using Transmission on EOs and I've downloaded a bunch of torrent files which ended up my Download folder in my /home. I'd like now to move the files to my external hard drive without breaking the ...
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how to properly configure samba access using groups

I am having trouble trying to get a specific group to access samba server through windows. is it possible to allow certain groups to the file sharing server? example, I have a group called ...
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Linux Desktop Access via Web Browser

This should be pretty simple, in my naive opinion of course... I have a tower that I am going to run a media server off of, along with some other functions but that's the main (re)purpose of the ...
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Share $HOME via WebDAV

I would like to set up my WebDAV server to point to my home directory using my OS login credentials. I have a WebDAV directory set up now, so my question I suppose is mainly regarding ownership of ...
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Use virt-manager to share files between Linux host and Windows guest?

Is it possible to use "Filesystem Passthrough" virtual hardware option inside virt-manager to share a folder on my Linux host with my Windows guest? I found some tutorials for how to do this with a ...
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Sharing folders between VMWare 7.1.1 and Mac OS X using open-vm-tools

I didn't have any luck sharing my OS X 'Downloads' folder with a Fedora guest Linux OS using the VMWare tools (see my earlier question) . I came across this solution (with 8 up-votes) for Ubuntu that ...
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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 ...
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samba share subdirectory prevent rename/delete operation

I have a samba share (ArchLinux with kernel Linux comp001 3.18.7-2-ARCH #1 PREEMPT Thu Feb 12 12:53:57 MST 2015 armv6l GNU/Linux and samba version Samba version 4.1.16)mounted in /mnt/data/, that is ...
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Win7 file sharing VM latency

I am using mount/umount commands with a Win VM on a KVM Linux host. I have a script that continuously loops: sleep 1 sec mount read guest file unmount When I change a Win7 file (say, a text file ...
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Shared folder between QEMU Windows guest and Linux host

In the past I have used Virtual Box which has very good support for sharing a folder on the host with a Windows guest. I am looking for similar functionality for QEMU. The documentation suggests to ...
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Change Netatalk server name

Is there a way to change the name of a Netatalk AFP server, as shown by the client? I run Netatalk3 on FreeBSD 10.1 with OS X clients. On the clients I see the server labeled with its hostname. I ...
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Share files between Linux host and Windows guest

I am trying to share files between Linux host and Windows guest and I came across the link: Use virt-manager to share files between Linux host and Windows guest? As suggested in the third answer, I ...
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How do I measure the amount of network traffic that passed my debian installation?

So my raspberry pi is acting as a Router and Web/Mail/FTP/SQL/Media/Clash of Clans/Home server right now and I'm looking for a way to monitor the consumed bandwidth, much like NetWorx for windows. I ...
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Workstation-like environment across Debian clients

At our university we have a workstation-like system. It's windows XP (or Win-7 on some machines) and you can sit to any computer and log in with your credentials. It seems to be pulling some of your ...
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Home server bottleneck (filesystem server)

I am trying to set up a filesystem server, so that I can use my various laptops to transparently mount a directory containing many VirtualBox VMs, some of which run full graphics environments. I will ...
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A secure way to confine FTP login users to a single directory

I needed to provide multiple users FTP logins, some able to write, some only to read, to a single FTP root directory. I very much wanted that they not see of the file system anything above that ...
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How to get a click-able link for a shared file, when sending an e-mail with the file-name in it

I've got a local network with a shared drive mounted to it, all machines running Fedora (and some Windows). When we want to share a file, there is no easy way of just getting a link for the file like ...
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What's the correct way to share a directory with Windows machines using Samba?

I'm running Debian 7.7, intended to be used as a server. I've got Apache installed and I'd like to share its /var/www directory and access it from Windows machines. I've followed the instructions on ...
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Cluster Lock Manager without TCP/IP

I have 2 linux sharing same SAN disk LUN. There are many cluster files systems to manage lock/unlock. But all of them are using a seperate TCP/IP comminication. But I need a cluster lock manager ...
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How to remove mounted locations that have been added using the mount command?

I've mounted few shared locations using the below command. mount -t cifs /mnt/systemfolder -o username=name,password=password //10.10.1.1/My-Shared-Folder A few incorrect locations* have been ...
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Single user for sharing vs. multiple users

In my lab, a group of people work each at one workstation, and they share a number of drives over NFS. They run shared software residing in one of those NFS drive and they run it on the NFS drives ...
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Is it possible to create an edited copy of a file without using up extra disk space?

If I have a large file, I can use ln to make make "copies" of it that don't use up extra disk space. But what if I don't want an exact copy of the file? Is there a way to create a new version of a ...
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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 ...
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Moving physical disk from local computer to network server

In my Debian GNU/Linux based workstation I have a big nice disk (3TB), apart from my ssd where the OS is installed. I recently got an intel nuci5 and set it up as a home server, together with my ...
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Configuring group access across a LAN

I have created a group called engineers on two VMs on the same 192.168.56.0/24 LAN. Is there any way the members from VM1 in engineers can view files created by engineers from VM2? I was thinking of ...
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Repository for Family Pictures [closed]

I have a Debian computer and a MacBook Air. On Debian I created a repository: mkdir -p /repository/git/2014.git cd /repository/git/2014.git git init --bare --shared On the MacBook I then typed: cd ...
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How can I share a thunderbird (icedove) profile, in real-time, between two computers?

I have two computers which both run Debian Sid. My problem is that I want to synchronize profile content between two computers both using thunderbird(+lightning) (contacts+calendar+email) ...
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How can I use virtual users in “write list” and “read list” in samba?

Suppose I don't want to create effective users/group for my users (samba server as share server), and I need to create a share for them. Question : How can I use write list, read list, valid user ...
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Securing NFS in a multihomed environment

In a virtualised environment (VirtualBox with host-only networking) I want to share a folder on the host with the guest via NFS. I think that to achieve this, I should bind the NFS listening port to ...
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File sharing between Windows, Linux and Android over network

I have a desktop running Windows 7, a laptop running OpenSUSE 13.1 and an Android 4.1 Tablet, all connected to the same network via a router (the desktop through a LAN cable and the others via WiFi). ...
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What permissions should I set for an executable I'm likely to share?

I'm writing a bash script that does a little house-cleaning for me (clearing the log files from any Rails projects in the current directory). I'm making it executable, and I'm not sure what best ...
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Permission denied NetApp export share

We have NetApp NFS file server. I have shared /example filesystem on NFS and give two Linux host permission of ROOT level access. Interesting thing is ServerA can mount /example share and has full ...
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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 ...
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How to display disk capacity via Samba?

I have a Raspberry Pi running Raspbian with a Samba 3.6.6 server. The config file: [global] encrypt passwords = yes log level = 1 max log size = 1000 read only = no security = user [A] ...
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How do I get the information I need in order to use unison and ssh to synchronise files

I have a desktop at home, and a laptop that I take with me to places away from home, both have Fedora 20 installed. I edit the same files on either machine, and would like to be able to synchronise ...
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Samba instructions work on CentOS 6.5, but not CentOS 6.3 - permissions in Windows are different

I followed these instructions to install Samba on both a CentOS 6.3 OS and a CentOS 6.5 OS. http://rbgeek.wordpress.com/2012/05/25/how-to-install-samba-server-on-centos-6/ It only seemed to work ...
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Best filesystem format for Samba between Linux and Windows [closed]

I've made some researches but I don't find what I need. I have a Linux based server (under Debian 7.1) and several Windows computers. On my server I have some HD which I want to use as external hard ...