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I too have heard CentOS and Webmin is a match made in heaven.
Things to remember are
Webmin is free
Ubuntu is bleeding edge
Free and bleeding edge dont usually mix, but i think the webmin...
The problem i see here is with a diskspace quota, and then eventually multiple writers.
I would make a read-only group, a writeable group, and then set a quota on the mount point.
You could use...
Do you have multiple nics? have you tried the use this interface option, for multiple nics
replacing eth1 with eth0, or eth2, whatever your using.
this command will show you...
+1 low hardware needs on a file shares
I have a p3 450mhz (dual xeon) serving files, and a core i5 serving files, and i cant see a difference.
Here is a long shot
I had a similar issue once with a different package, and running sudo -i fixed it.
Once you run sudo -i, your basically root, instead of just running apt as root.
Try un-commenting this line, and then reboot.
If I seem short its because I'm replying from my phone.
For folders you can zip them into a zip file and then upload them via webmin, or use ftp copy / paste, or better yet you will learn Sftp...
dont click this:
You might be getting a half-duplex connection on your nic, run these commands and make sure your not getting half-duplex.
Also make sure your MTU is right. (usually...
dbrooke is correct
This might help
Its also been my experience that resolv.conf is overwritten with dynamic info.
does it work via IP address?
are the client computers in the same workgroup?
do the client computers have a password? most sharing is disabled when the windows accounts dont have passwords.
@CharlesA, i feel your pain, my work does the same thing.
@Saphil, you are making some wild assumptions about peoples network setups, and about their allowed webmin accounts, the same could be...
Is everything still port 22?
If you have changed your ssh port i could see that happening.
Also try commenting out all your other jails beside ssh, to see if one of the other jails cant be...
Dont use a hard drive, and instead use the ubuntu live cd.
This may help
Never mind on checking the ram then.
Are large http downloads fast, how about plain ftp? any better
Is there a disk quota in place, or maybe a small partition that's running out of space.
Can the user SCP without issue ?
If all that checks out, try testing the ram
I use this in my /etc/network/interfaces file (after disabling network manager and app armor)
up /sbin/ifconfig eth0 mtu 1452
Im not sure how to do the rest or how to do it gui
Have you tried unetbootin http://unetbootin.sourceforge.net or pendrive
SSH is the very best, you may also like Webmin. I have a guide at woodel.com
Samba can handle all of your file sharing needs, cross all three platforms, and get the file permissions right every time. It is true that you will be able to see hidden files and or hidden shares...