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So i saw multiple of similiar questions but none of them worked. I am using ubuntu 19.10 (GNU/Linux 5.3.0-42-generic x86_64) (server version) I want to make a mc server that is hosted on a linux machine however i cannot acces the files via windows 10. It says "enter network credentials" but it also says "acces denied" https://i.stack.imgur.com/YdKT0.png i saw some post where it said to write this : sudo -u ubuntuadmin "/minecraft" ubuntuadmin (my name) "minecraft" (folder that i want to share)

However it says : ls: cannot acces '/minecraft' : No such file or directory. Even though the "minecraft" folder is clearly there when i type ls

Oh and just to make sure. Credentials are username and password right?

Thank you to anybody that helps :)

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Add the following in your /etc/samba/smb.conf file at the bottom

[PreferedNameForSharedFolderOnNetwork]
path = /path/to/your/folder/to/be/shared
available = yes
valid users = user1 user2 user3
read only = yes
browsable = yes
public = yes
writable = no

Note: above users should be on samba group

create / add user for samba

Run the following command to create new samba user or add an existing user to samba and create password for samba.

sudo smbpasswd -a username

Finally, restart samba

sudo systemctl restart smbd.service

From windows enter the valid user you've allowed in samba and samba-password you created.

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  • When trying to get the path to the folder (meanwhile editing the samba file i cannot type / and instead it types <F2> for me. Also windows told me right now that it cannot acces \\x\y wich wasnt an issue before. Also what do you mean by "Note : above users should be on samba group"? thanks for the help – Tahmkenchontop Mar 28 at 16:19
  • update : i dont have idea how. but it works. i just did the same thing like 5 times and it works this time. Thank you for the help (commenting so you dont respond for no reason) – Tahmkenchontop Mar 28 at 16:44
  • @Tahmkenchontop every user is a member of some group, for example, sudo is a group and administrator accounts are a member of sudo group that's why they can access sudo command. same thing for this case.. the users you're adding samba config must a samba user, u can achieve this by adding that user to samga group. – surjit Mar 28 at 16:55
  • @Tahmkenchontop If you can accept the answer that'd be great :) – surjit Mar 28 at 16:56

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