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nas / samba + windows 7 + acl
by luger in Operating Systems

following weird problem, i have a netgear readynas pioneer pro, with a share media.
I want this share to be available to absolutely everyone (closed home network), that means to guests, to the satbox, to all pcs, laptops etc.
I have set over netgears admin, everything to default read/write, and when i ssh into the nas i can see everything is drwxrwxrwx, wtih nobody : nogroup, so perfe

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FTP or Samba for hired VPS?
by Fremont in Programming Languages

I have a couple of websites in a couple of VPS. Obviously is not in my network because I hire a VPS provider. Now, what do you say is better practice. Use FTP to upload new versions of my software or NFS/SMB ?

I think these 2 are my only posibilities.

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What Is a Samba Bateria?
by Ir0nh1de in Arts & Entertainment
Brazilians live for music; most of them, no matter how young or old, have an innate fondness for the symbolic rhythms of samba music as their national pride is tied to it. Samba music is built around percussion and string instruments. Without the bateria, though, samba just wouldn't be as powerful in conveying the emotions of centuries of Brazilians. HistorySince samba's creation at the beginni
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How to Set Up Samba on RedHat
by itsmegb in Computers
Red Hat is a distribution of the Linux operating system that is often used in corporate environments as a Web server and for file-sharing purposes. The Samba software is used on Linux servers to share files with other Linux servers and Windows servers and computers. You can install it from the Red Hat software repositories by running the automated installation program on your Red Hat server.Diffic
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How to Do Samba on OpenVPN
by Dean in Computers
With OpenVPN, you can connect to Samba shares across your network. OpenVPN is, as the name suggests, an open-source virtual private network, or VPN, application. Samba is a protocol used by both Linux- and Windows-based computers to share data with one another. OpenVPN has direct support for connecting to Samba shares by utilizing routing dev tunnels between the computers. This allows you to conne
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How to Add a Samba Printer
by evgen_povt in Computers
When you share a Linux device over a network to a Windows computer, the most common networking protocol used is Samba (SMB). SMB helps share file and printer properties to Microsoft Windows machines that otherwise would appear incompatible. If you have set up your Linux printer as a Samba printer and want to add it on your Windows machine, the process to add a Samba printer differs from the normal
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How to Use Samba on Debian
by ShintaiDK in Computers
Samba is a service that allows Linux computers to talk to Windows computers and make use of Windows shares. Samba automatically adds Windows devices to your computer's network profile, but must be installed through the Debian installer to properly register with the system and automatically detect devices.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Log into your Debian system as the root user.
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How to Kill Samba on AIX
by ertuzio in Computers
AIX is a Unix operating system for IBM workstations and servers. AIX uses standard Unix commands and is able to terminate its running processes, such as the Samba network service. Samba is a service that allows Unix computers to share files, folders and services with Windows systems, and access similar services from Windows servers.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Log into AIX using an ad
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How to Restart Samba AIX
by Skurge in Computers
Samba is a service that allows Unix operating systems, such as AIX, to communicate with Windows-based networks. If the Samba service has locked up or is unresponsive, you can force it to restart by invoking the system's init script. This script is responsible for starting, stopping and managing system daemon services.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Log into your AIX system as the root user.
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How to get workgroup name in Samba?
by Fırat Can Başarır in Programming Languages

Given IP or host name, is there a way to get workgroup name by libsmbclient API or Samba command in Linux?

I already knew that how to browse workgroups, servers and shares by libsmbclient API.

Sometimes not all servers in LAN can be found by libsmbclient API. I don't know the root cause yet.

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