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Where did 47gigabytes of space go?

Clean installation od Debian squeeze 6.0.6 x64 on intel atom 230, with 3 HDDs, with 3x500GB. df -h shows : datastore size used free % mounted /dev/md0 917G 909M 870G ...
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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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Samba not working through AD

I'm trying to get a samba to work with a windows AD. And i can't use my shares through samba. My smb.conf #GLOBAL PARAMETERS [global] workgroup = MY_DOMAIN realm = MY_DOMAIN.COM preferred ...
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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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Login fails from Windows on NTFS-3G Samba Share

I have a Raspberry Pi (though could be any Debian Linux box) connected to an external hard disk formatted as NTFS. My disk mount in fstab is: /dev/sda1 /media/disk ntfs-3g defaults,uid=1000,gid-...
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How do I test hardware components to find out which one is bad?

Question How do I test hardware components to find out which one is bad? Details I have an old machine running debian as a file server using samba. The other day I was unable to login to my file ...
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How do I define a samba share so that every user can only see its own home?

I would like to make every user's home directory from Debian machine to be available by its owner only (using Samba) but for now (with default Samba configuration) I can access other users /homes. ...
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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 ...