A free software re-implementation of the SMB/CIFS networking protocol, which provides Windows file and print services. Use this tag when your question involves Samba shares, mounts, or printers.

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Is there a way to interleave two filesystems of the same structure?

I have a large networked file system whose backup routine sees some file systems as higher priority than others and are given more redundancy with backups. At present those file systems are visible as ...
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safely unmount samba share in freebsd

I've mounted a samba share on my Freebsd 8.2 server. I tried sudo umount -a -t cifs -l as suggested by a number of users on forums. But this gave me "illegal argument -l" error when I tried it. What'...
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Samba - How to automatically pass password to smbclient -a

I am creating a Haskell program to automatically add a user to the system and then add it to samba, but it asks password, and I would like to use the same. I did not find any parameter we can use with ...
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Samba with several LDAP servers

Is it possible for SAMBA to use several LDAP servers to authenticate users in addition to users from AD? LDAP can have, presumably, different bases to lookup users for.
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Can only access gvfs-mount in nautilus [closed]

I am trying to mount a Windows network drive using gvfs-mount, gvfs-mount smb://<server_name>/<share_name>/<folder_name> The folder seems to be mounted correctly, as I can browse ...
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Samba unix permissions messed up despite mask

I'd like to configure a share on a standalone samba serve where users have rw to their own files, but r to others in the same group (rwx and rx on folders respectively). It works well when users ...
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Samba4 AD privilege problem

I mounted NFS share to debian. Below following fstab record: //192.168.14.24/estimating /srv/samba/WDEstimating cifs credentials=/root/.oakservercredentials,iocharset=utf8,file_mode=0777,dir_mode=...
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Raspberry Pi 2 running raspbian unmounts external hard drive every so often

I hope this is an ok place to ask this out of all the stack overflow communities there are. Anyway I have a raspberry pi 2 in my house that I keep around to backup some files and host media files ...
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Debian Mate : share folder with samba

I'm using Debian Jessie with Mate desktop. I installed samba and added my user to sambashare group. I can write in /var/lib/samba/usershares/. Yet, I can't share a folder using the "share folder" ...
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Set name for NAS with samba

Hi I'm in the midst of setting up a torrent box which has ArchLinux installed. I've been following quite a few of the archlinux tutorials and I'm at the point where I have a samba server up and ...
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Help with installing/configuring Samba 2.2.3a on Ubuntu 14.04

I am having trouble installing and configuring an old version of on Ubuntu 14.04. I am configuring this specific versionson purpose to be vulnerable for penetration testing. However, after ...
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autofs asks password for passwordless samba share on Centos 7

I have a samba share that does not require password. Here are non-default lines in my smb.conf: [global] map to guest = Bad User [distr-ro] path = /home/distr public = yes ...
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Samba shared printers are listed as empty string named on Windows 7's Domain Admins

I have shared a printer using SMB 3.6.23 service and CUPS Web interface. Then the printer works just fine, but at a certain point (possibly, while the printer driver is available on Windows 7 using a ...
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windbind NT_STATUS_INVALID_COMPUTER_NAME

I'm tryng to join an Active Directory server with centOS. I started authconfig-tui, then I run net join -w univ-tours -S x.x.x.x -U xxxx@univ-tours. I get the following message: Error in domain ...
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problem during rsync backup to a ntfs network share

I'm running a machine with Linux 3.16.0-4-686-pae #1 SMP Debian 3.16.7-ckt20-1+deb8u3 (2016-01-17) i686 GNU/Linux, during a rsync backup to a ntfs network share (succesfully mounted with: mount -t ...
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combining samba and linux file rights; only read and write NOT delete

I am looking into configuring a samba share. I have the following expections from the config only users in smbuser group can view the content of the folder users can write and read everything in one ...
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Method for users to change Samba password

I have a Samba server for about 5 users (security = user) and I want a way for these users to change their passwords without my involvement so I have the following idea. Is this secure? Is there a ...
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Samba shares not visible on Kali?

After installing Kali Linux 2016 x64 in a VM and entering the desktop, I followed these steps in an attempt to connect to the samba shares on a computer on my lan. Opened the File Browser Clicked ...
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Command Samba Mount with Multiple Users

Samba share from server is mounted on my RHEL 7 system via root user. RHEL 7 system have a few non-root users(e.g user1,user2 and so on). Users (user1 and user2) can create, modify and delete the ...
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Mitigating Cryptolocker grip on shared SAMBA server

I have a client who was recently hit with a very new variant of Cryptolocker. Unfortunately the user who got hit had a high level of access to the system. Apparently there is no educating some ...
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Mounting NTFS drive or folder as a Samba share on Raspbian Jessie

I'm working on a Raspberry Pi B+ with Raspbian Jessie. As far as I can tell, the drive is mounted read/write, but there's some kind of problem with where my Samba share is pointing to the mount point ...
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Can't set correct permissions on share mapping

Im trying to setup a samba share. I want the share to have access rights rwxrwsrws so that everyone can red and write to it. The folder shared on the server where the share resides is sat by chmod ...
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Samba: hostname fails just shares verses hostname.domainname.com

I have an issue, only on my two Windows 10 machines, where Samba (v4.1.6 on Ubuntu 14.04) can be found fine in windows explorer with \\hostname or with \\hostname.domainnam.com, except that while both ...
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How to disabled login for domain user in CentOS 6

I have all my CentOS 6 machines joined with samba and winbind to a windows domain (2008) and all users that I need to access those machines are in a certain AD group called "engineering". I also have ...
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Cannot unmount cifs share

/etc/fstab //192.168.1.40/shared /home/user/Shared cifs rw,_netdev,user,noauto,credentials=/home/user/.credentials 0 0 //192.168.1.40/backup/user /home/user/Backup ...
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get target file size by symlink on cifs share

in shared directory f:/dir on Win2008 absolute symlink created with mklink f:/dir/symlink2file f:/dir/file This share then mounted in Debian with mount -t cifs -o file_mode=0600,user=login,pass=...
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How to allow users to mount windows shares

Our company uses both Windows and Linux. Each user has access to many Windows Shares, e.g. \\machine1\A, \\machine2\B, etc. In Ubuntu, how to allow non-root users accessing those shares? Is there a ...
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Files created on a Samba share cannot be modified by the same user

Under normal usage of a Windows app, temporary files can be created on a Samba NAS share but once created, the same user cannot delete or modify those files - unless they wait 'overnight'. The ...
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sssd & net rpc grant SeDiskOperatorPrivilege

I have sssd configured and working with my domain member server and I now wish to grant the SeDiskOperatorPrivilege to the "MYDOMAIN\Domain Admins" group. When I execute the command it appears to ...
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Samba Debian Server + OSX Client = High CPU Load

I've a Debian server running Samba 4.1.17-Debian the shares are ok and it works fine most of the time. However when I connect an OS X client the server CPU goes to 100% and never comes down util the ...
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Cant access the shared root directory after a samba update, and cant write file that contains non-ascii characters

I recently updated my samba and now it made a mess. So here is a part of my current smb.conf: pi@raspberrypi ~ $ cat /etc/samba/smb.conf [global] (...) [homes] comment = Home ...
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Kerberos in Ubuntu system

I would build a kerberos authentication system on Ubuntu based machines. I'm making it for a school project. So i have some questions: 1)What do i need to make client-KDC-server? Do i need a domain ...
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Can not see windows share list in linux

I have a little network in my house and I have shared a folder on Windows. On other Windows computers I can see the list of Windows share list but none of the linux devices can do so. when i click on ...
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How to prevent smbtree from asking for a password?

On my Debian system, smbtree (as well as all the other relevant samba commands) keeps asking for some sort of passwort for my user account. The command works no matter what password I enter. I don't ...
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after power outage no permissions to access samba share from windows machines on the same domain

I am running a ClearCase server on RHEL 6.7. We had a power outage last night (for the life of me I do not know why we don't have damn UPS). At any rate, when the machine was brought back up, we are ...
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Make subdirectory world writable even if parent folder is not

As of the title: i have a folder called Public inside my home folder. I need to share this folder (write only) via samba. However if i chmod 772 Public it doesn't work since my home folder is 750. Is ...
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Store Windows print driver on Samba for a CUPS print server

I'm trying to setup a (Debian) print server for both my Windows and Linux (Ubuntu) workstations. What I aim to have: Printers are configured on print server's CUPS. Queue are created and managed (...
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Firewalling Samba

at the moment I'm trying to implement the firewall for my linux file server. Everything is working as expected except form the samba server. I have searched through the internet already but non of the ...
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SSSD For Authentication & SAMBA For File Sharing

As an alternative to winbindd, I have setup SSSD on a machine so that it can authenticate AD domain accounts, which is working great. However, this same machine also needs to act as a file server, so ...
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Samba remove Read permission for some users

I have a directory that is acessable by all the users and in there are some files of a program that i would like to hide or lock for some users and made visible/usable for some other users. Basicly i ...
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cifs-mount with multiple shared folders on windows server

I'm having a windows server winserv with several shared folders share1, share2, etc. and would like to cifs-mount them all in the terminal by just addressing the server and not each shared folder ...
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Samba Share to Require Password Debugging

I've recently set up Samba on one of my CentOS 7 servers and it works fine, it allows anyone to access it as long as they are on the LAN. Now I need to set up a second share that can only be accessed ...
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Show specific samba shares only to some users

I'd like to set up my samba so that each user has access to specific folders. Some of them for example have home folder on server and those should have access to their home folder, other don't and ...
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Samba system calls for reading/writing files from/to NAS issued from Windows desktop client

Windows desktop machine is connected via 1GB Ehternet cable to personal NAS (under development) with Ubuntu on it. While reading and writing files (> 1GB size) from/to NAS strace was conducted to ...
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How To Patch Bugs Manually in Software [duplicate]

We have been experiencing issues with winbind on our servers and I found a thread on Bugzilla regarding a bug which sounds much like the issue we are experiencing. Throughout the discussion, the ...
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Why is sed changing permissions of a file on a cifs mounted share?

I have an Arch linux machine that uses the following fstab entry to mount a share: //192.168.3.1/Documents /mnt/ cifs credentials=/home/tal/.smbcredentials,rw,x-systemd.automount,iocharset=...
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Disadvantages of certain filesystems when using a HDD in a Samba server?

I have found that using an NTFS drive in a CentOS 7 based Samba/FTP server is not so good, as after a few months of use, I was greeted with numerous read errors which required me to manually remove ...
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Unstable mount with CIFS and NFS

I facing difficulties to mount a remote directory on my Debian machine: I tired to use both NFS and CIFS (Samba). For both methods, I am able to mount the directory and it functions adequately for 5-...
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How can I share a folder on a network with samba?

How can I create a shared directory with samba? Is possible to make it visible only to a restrict number of people that use the network or I can only restrict the permission of access ?
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SSH reverse forward to a node “behind” the SSH server node

Scenario - SSH client, Windows laptop with Samba enabled (port 445. Don't care about netbios) SSH server "TestingLAB". This machine has 2 interfaces, "publicIP" which I use to connect from my ...