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Try this: Open Advanced sharing settings by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, and then clicking Control Panel. In the search box, type network, click Network and Sharing Center, and then, in the left pane, click Change advanced sharing settings. Click the chevron Picture of the chevron icon to expand your current network profile. Under ...


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Not having the reputation to comment I'm answering instead. What is it you're trying to do? I've found PBIS the easiest way to get a Ubuntu box onto a Windows domain (2012 R2 in my case). When setting up a file server I then used the instructions here to setup the Samba shares.


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Just an update on my question I ended up ditching Windows server and going with a full Linux job - Ubuntu server and Edubuntu clients. Ultimately I feel this was the best decision but far from perfect. I have DHCP and DNS being provided by the server. A great feature of this setup is the ability to cache apt requests on the server so when an update occurs ...


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winbindd — Name Service Switch daemon for resolving names from NT servers winbindd is a daemon that provides a number of services to the Name Service Switch capability found in most modern C libraries, to arbitrary applications via PAM and ntlm_auth and to Samba itself. And yes it's safe to remove samba: sudo apt-get remove samba to remove ...


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If you want to just access the files from other Windows PCs, you can use this And For other Linux PCs, you can install ssh server on them and access them by $ssh username@ip-address For remote desktop connection, VNC is a nice cross-platform approach.


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I've figured it out just now. Wow I can't believe I honestly didn't scroll down enough in gedit. There was 1 more line underneath saying read only = yes


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This has nothing to do with Samba. This is related to file permissions. There are three types of access restrictions: Permission Action chmod option ====================================== read (view) r or 4 write (edit) w or 2 execute (execute) x or 1 There are also three types of user restrictions: User ls ...


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I got it working using a completely different syntax to what the man pages tell you to use. sudo mkfs -t xfs /dev/md0 Then I just mounted it using mount /dev/md0 /mnt/raiddrives


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little bit of help even though its late look up system-config-samba. its a gui that helps cover the basics and lets the share be readable/writeable and viewable or not and all the other user settings as well as being able to put the computer in a specific group. Its a simple and very straight forward ui to get the job done.


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Create two entries in the config file: sudo nano /etc/samba/smb.conf Add those lines: [Media] comment = Media path = /Media read only = yes browseable = yes public = no valid users = henry, carey, deb, guest [Media] comment = Media path = /Media public = no read only = no browseable = yes writable = yes valid users = oliver Restart the ...


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Configure a second adapter as host only, set the second interface on the VM to static ip that does not interfere with your local network(s), e.g., set /etc/network/interfaces to: # The loopback network interface auto lo iface lo inet loopback # The primary network interface auto eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp # The host network interface #auto eth1 #iface ...



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