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I use Samba for sharing files between Windows and my Linux machines, I can't speak to OSX, however.


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The VirtualBox guest additions provide clipboard integration between the host and a X11 GUI running in the guest. They don't provide clipboard integration with a Linux console guest (there is a feature request for this, but it's understandably very low priority, because very few people use that feature). If you want a comfortable interface inside the guest, ...


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I use this to mount directories from windows domain file server. sudo gedit /etc/fstab after code post this //10.0.0.0/path /home/path cifs username=ADusername,password=ADpass 0 0


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Run the following on the Linux machine you are trying to access: sudo smbpasswd -a thomas It will fix your problem, because you need a samba user to access smb shares in Linux. Plus, in the system settings (on kubuntu at least) there is an option called Sharing, insert there the name and password. There as well you can choose not to be asked for name and ...


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Try this out. Open Home folder(or any other folder, whatever) Goto File-> Connect to Server type your sister's IP with smb protocol e.g. smb://192.168.1.123/ Click Connect -> Enter Credentials. Please reply if you still get it repeatedly.



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