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Supervising process [xxx] which is not our child. We'll most likely not notice when it exits

Apr 14 15:54:11 debian systemd[1]: nmbd.service: Supervising process 588 which is not our child. We'll most likely not notice when it exits. Apr 14 15:54:11 debian systemd[1]: smbd.service: ...
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smb-share connection time increases each reboot on windows PE

We are currently developing a system that does automated BIOS updates for our computers. The system runs in Windows 10 PE booted via PXE-Boot. One of the first steps is connecting to a SMB-Share ...
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Active Directory Windows share folder from Debian samba

This is what I have: Group of computers under DOMAIN.LOCAL and all users provided by Active Directory in Windows Server Debian server Windows AD, DC server What I need: Share a folder from my ...
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Give different users access to different sub folders

OK so I understand this is probably a super newby question but I've been playing around with this and trying everything within my knowledge to get this sorted but just cannot figure it out. Basically ...
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Samba Active Directory Domain Controller not working

I have installed the current samba (via apt-get) on Debian (Debian 4.9.30-2+deb9u5) and am configuring it to be an Active Directory Domain Controller (AD-DC). I've also got it configured to use LDAP ...
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Samba - releasing file lock

Our (Windows) users are starting a program from a shared subdirectory on a Debian server. They use samba to access this directory. When we want to release a new version of the program the started ...
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Debian based Raspberry – samba invisible unless I restart

I have a Raspberry Pi running Raspbian along with other computers on the same network. I installed, configured and started samba to share files from my home folder of the Raspberry Pi to my other ...
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SAMBA/MiniDLNA: Use RAM as working/Cache Directory?

As a follow-up to this question: I want to reduce High I/O Load on Raspberry Pi when streaming with MiniDLNA from an SSHFS/NFS Share. At 'iotop' I could see MiniDLNA/Samba uses over 99% Disk I/O ...
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Full access to the files on my Samba share

I download files with my Nas Server with Debian on it to a path. this path is also shared with SMB to a Windows PC. Now when I try to delete some files on my Nas from Windows I get permission errors. ...
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Very low disk performance on Samba

I'm using Samba on Debian 8.4 (Jessie) to share files with a small number of Windows & Mac users (~20 total, ~5 at a time at most) and I'm seeing abysmal performance on read and write: tested by ...
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SAMBA fails to restart >> nmbd.serviceJob for nmbd.service failed

Trying to set up samba on a new machine, but having problems. First I couldn't get the [homes] section to work (couldn't access from other machine). Now SAMBA won't restart: sudo /etc/init.d/samba ...
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How can I access samba from windows 8?

I'm running samba on debian (Running on a BeagleBone Black), and I cannot access the share via Windows 8.1. It prompts me for a username/password as shown below, and won't authenticate me. When it ...
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Unable to access Linux share from a Windows machine with NT_STATUS_BAD_NETWORK_NAME error

On the Linux machine I changed the smb.conf like this: [john] path = /root/john/downloads available = yes valid users = john read only = no browsable = yes public = yes writable = yes The path /root/...
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is there a way to connect SAMBA and miniDLNA

I am quite new to both, SAMBA and DLNA, so I don't know if my attempt makes sense at all. But what I try to achieve is the following: I have a client, that supports DLNA and a server that is a ...
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Mounted device accessible per command line only after file manager

after hours of testing with /etc/fstab, I can finally reach my NAS shares with nautilus. However, I can't access the shares per command line (I use terminator on debian 10, NAS is configured with ...
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Cannot access home directories from windows 10 / samba/debian 9

Linux noob here. Basically, I want to create several users with full access only to their own home directories. Here my current /etc/samba/smb.conf config: #=============== Global definition ========...
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LDAP (Windows) login on Debian9

I've configured my Debian9 with Kerberus5, Samba and Winbind to login on a windows domain, all the configuration is already set and I've already tested it (it works!), but when I try to realize my ...
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apt-get install cifs-utils corrupted system libraries — caused chaos

My Linux libraries seem to have suffered a severe corruption just after running (as root): apt-get install cifs-utils I need to correct the corruption or restore the original libraries. Note: I ...
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Samba 4.5.12 in Debian 9 keeps asking for authentication in Windows 7

I have spent at least 8 hours trying to share a user directory /home/ivan/Share, this was an easy task in Debian 8 Samba 4.2.14 but imposible in the related setup reglardless all the configurations ...
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smb.conf min protocol = SMB2 timeouts from remote (local network) machine

I've tried to include min protocol = SMB2 to improve the security of my local Linux machines. But when I do this, I get time out from within KDE and Operation Not Supported from CLI. Removing the ...
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Samba erases content of files when saving

Samba SMB share hosted on Debian "Jessie" in a private home network setup. Can connect to share, open files and copy files to / from share OK. Attempting to make any changes to a file on the share (...
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Samba and usbmount: can't write on automounted device

This is my problem: I configured my RPi with Debian: Samba shares /media/, that is readable-writeable-executable from my home network usbmount automount USB devices when inserted in my RPi, in /...