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Samba

Postby arfandoger » Wed Jun 28, 2006 5:39 pm

Asslam_o_alkium
i hope u "ll be fine.
i currently i m working on the samba server but there is a problem i already i configure the samba server but it is not working properly when i sahre a file or directory,folder it can't show at nautilus.currently i set it for the user security.one thing i clear all this done graphically not using the commands.
pls give me the sloution as soon as possible because this is my assingment.
thanks
later on
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Read the SAMBA book....

Postby anaveed » Thu Jun 29, 2006 12:08 am

Dear,

For quick learning read the SAMBA By Example book installed with the samba installation or u can get it from the site i.e.

www.samba.org

BEST of LUCK!
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Re: Samba

Postby nomankhn » Thu Jun 29, 2006 4:00 pm

arfandoger wrote:Asslam_o_alkium
i hope u "ll be fine.
i currently i m working on the samba server but there is a problem i already i configure the samba server but it is not working properly when i sahre a file or directory,folder it can't show at nautilus.currently i set it for the user security.one thing i clear all this done graphically not using the commands.
pls give me the sloution as soon as possible because this is my assingment.
thanks


Dear arfandoger Bahi jan,

http://www.linuxhomenetworking.com/wiki ... _and_Samba

That will solve your problem, first read it, and then note down main points and then rewise main points and then configure it at last on the system.

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