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Share the folder on windows machine to all users. Change the settings in windows machine: Go to Control Panel > Network and sharing center > Change advanced sharing settings > Enable Turn Off password protect sharing option. NOTE: Make sure the folder's Properties > Security includes Guest. Folders in C:\Users generally don't include that user. [This will ...


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you have many solutions to this case add your user as a member of the group deluge change ownership of created files by deluge change permissions of the newly created files Add your user as a member of the group deluge sudo usermod group-name user-name change ownership of created files by deluge sudo chown username:username ...


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The program "cd" can only navigate into directories mounted to your local VFS, and a URI that starts with "smb://" describes a remote resource. In order to cd into an SMB share, you have to mount it. In your case, it sounds like the SMB share was already mounted and accessible from nautilus. That means the SMB share is already mounted somewhere in your ...


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First, you need the public IP address assigned to your router/modem by your ISP. Most ISP assign dynamic IP's, which can change regularly. E.g. the public IP of my router changes daily at 3AM. Some routers (like some AVM FRITZ!Box or D-Link models) offer a service which, when a new IP address is being assigned, the automatically upload this IP to a ...


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This sounds to me, from the information that you provided, as if your internet connection is in some way changing the IP address of the network interface that you use to access your homegroup. This would happen if you are using any form of a dial-up technology, or if your router device is not in fact on the same IP range as the Windows 7 machines. Without ...


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system-config-samba has a confirmed bug here you may wish to subscribe to it (recommended). An alternative would be to try smb4k available in the software center. More alternative Samba GUI's are discussed here


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In the [global] section of your /etc/samba/smb.conf add the following lines: [global] usershare owner only = false unix extensions = no follow symlinks = yes wide links = yes ntlm auth = no lanman auth = no client ntlmv2 auth = yes Also, check the way the NTFS partitions are mounted in the /etc/fstab file. I had to add default 0 0 to the end of my NTFS ...


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In the global section of your /etc/samba/smb.conf, add the following lines in: [global] usershare owner only = false unix extensions = no follow symlinks = yes wide links = yes ntlm auth = no lanman auth = no client ntlmv2 auth = yes Hope this helps.


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I think this is good link to show how to set up samba so can all can use it with out a log in to it. https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide/samba-fileserver.html -Raymond Day


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First install samba if you haven't yet. sudo gedit /etc/samba/smb.conf Scroll to the very bottom of the file and put in the following, (This is for folder 1 which is a public with no password) [Share name] writable = yes path = /path/to/directory public = yes guest ok = yes guest only = yes guest account = nobody browsable = yes For folder 2 case add ...


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If you look at a network trace when you use security=share, everyone is logged in as guest, so samba passwords don't really matter and the target directory must have permissions 0777. At least that has been my experience.


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The script is attempting to create a directory called /logs and is failing because your user doesn't have the right to create that directory. The easy solution would be to run the script with sudo: sudo start-yarn.sh Note, however, that scripts have no business creating directories in /. What does this script do? Why would it need to create /logs? There ...


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I solved the same problem by adding the UID info as an admin user from my Linux machine, so my /etc/fstab line now looks like this: //192.168.1.X/Multimedia /media/dungeonmultimedia cifs uid=[linuxadminuser],username=[nasadminuser],password=[nasadminpass] 0 0


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Sorry for the late replay but just wanted to let you know I downgraded to Ubuntu 12.04 and installed SAMBA. After SAMBA instillation I had no issues as when it asked for administrator password and I entered my administrator account password I had no issues. Seems that based on my experience and the research that I did this seems to be a bug in 14.04.


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This command in /etc/fstab should help: //server.domain.com/<shared_folder> /mnt/shared cifs uid=<username>,credentials=/home/<username>/.smbcredentials,iocharset=utf8,sec=ntlm,domain=AQUARIUS 0 0 In the file /home/<username>/.smbcredentials, use this format: username=<username without domain> password=<password>


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Your commands are not working because /etc/init.d/smbd and /etc/init.d/nmbd have the following at the start: if init_is_upstart; then exit 1 fi So, as the init in ubuntu is now Upstart (/etc/init.d/ is from SysV), you need to run the start-stop scripts from the directory /etc/init/. /etc/init.d/ still exists for ...


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If you do not want to use /etc/fstab (e.g. bad on multi-user PCs, no root access) or don't want to save your user password to a text file in your home folder (e.g. no encrypted file system) using gvfs-mount smb://$SERVERIP/$SHARE < ~/.smbcredentials_gvfs, run this shell script on startup (or whenever you want): #!/bin/bash USERID=`id -u $USER`; # Needed ...


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what do you mean with other wireless network ?? other network like WAN ?? VPN?? edit de samba.conf in the follow sections sudo nano -w /etc/samba/smb.conf [homes] comment = Home Directories browseable = yes read only = no run this three commands in the terminal and follow the steps sudo smbpasswd -a yourName sudo smbpasswd -e username sudo ...


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It is not possible to mount these shares, no. The cifs kernel support is not build into the kernel used for the phone images. It would be possible to build an app to browse such shares using the CIFS protocol entirely in user space, but it would not be able to maintain persistent mounts or such, due to the application life cycle.


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I had the same problem here. You need to install both GUI for managing samba shares and users and the package gksu. After that, open the GUI SAMBA and add your user to the list of users with permission to the directory.



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