ok trying again, and putting a different way..
*i have installed 13.10 *i would like to enable Personal File Sharing *the 'share files over the network' section is greyed out and says "this feature cannot be enabled because the required packages are not installed on your system". i believe that is a reference to nautilus or samba or both. both of these are installed but i still cannot enable personal file sharing *when i look in the software centre it says Samba is installed, but when i look through the Applications menus, i cannot find it anywhere. i have gone to the Main Menu and enabled absolutely everything, yet i still cannot open Samba to configure it.
QUESTIONS: *why cannot i not find Samba in the applications list? i can on my older Ubuntu version (12 something) on my pc *is there something else i need to install to make personal file sharing work?