I have two notebooks (Notebook 1 with Ubuntu 10.04 and Notebook 2 with Ubuntu 10.10) in a home network and I want to share a folder on notebook 1 with samba. Notebook 2 should be able to read/write/delete content of the folder.
I installed the packages samba and system-config-samba and I added a user and the share with read/write access to samba with the Samba Configuration GUI.
When I enter
in Nautilus on notebook 2 I can enter username and password. But then I can only read the content of the folder. Changing files is not allowed. Can somebody help me?
edit: Here is the part of my smb.conf, where the share is defined:
[Images] path = /home/user1/Images writeable = yes ; browseable = yes valid users = avahi, user1
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