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How to Share folders in 14.04 Server with Gnome

I'm working with a new installation of Ubuntu Server 14.04 64 bit. During installation I picked the Samba Server option and I believe that it is running. My intention is that an OS X machine will be ...
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How do I create daemon profiler or is there a better way to do so?

I am wondering if there is a simple way to organize daemons on my machine into multiple profiles? For example, i would like to have multiple 'daemon profiles' such as home server Web Server File ...
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Add right click sharing to Ubuntu Server 13.10 running Gnome-shell 3.8?

New to Ubuntu but some limited experience with other distros. I was trying out Ubuntu Desktop 12.04 LTS and I was able to right click a folder and share it on my home network. I wasn't crazy about ...
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How to get samba (computer 1) to show up on windows 7 (computer 2) if both are in the same lan?

Sorry for the newb factor but I have two computers (one linux, one windows). I followed this directions on this website. And have been able to make it past the last step without any problems: ~$ ...
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How to completely remove a package and all related files/directories?

I'm trying to remove samba, I've tried using apt-get --purge samba Which according to the man page is supposed to delete .conf files. However smb.conf is still there. Any tips on how to remove ...
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What's the easiest way to mount Windows share as a local folder in home directory?

Via Gnome Nautilus I can easily mount Samba shares from my Ubuntu Server. However, these "mounts" are kinda of fake. Many applications I run do not recognize that Gnome has mounted these server ...
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How to make gvfs-smb always use UTF8

The problem is that if I make an entry in /etc/fstab to mount a samba share I can give the option iocharset=utf8 and this then mounts the share correctly and in the right encoding with special ...
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Why Gnome/Ubuntu use SAMBA as default sharing service?

and not NFS? click on a folder and select proprieties, tab "share".
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How do I specify mounted windows shares as a command line path?

I can connect to a Windows server using the Gnome Places -> Connect to ... dialog, and then I can access the files using Nautilus. Now, how can I specify a file or folder in the share on a command ...