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  1. [SOLVED] Re: Win 10 can access shared folders on ubuntu 21.10 but cannot open folders

    Ubuntu 21.10 made a change to the default permissions on home directories. It changed it from 755 to 750.

    What this does is prohibit everyone other than the owner of one's home directory to gain...
  2. [SOLVED] Re: Win 10 can access shared folders on ubuntu 21.10 but cannot open folders

    Please post the output of the following commands so the folks here can see how your Samba server is set up:

    testparm -s

    net usershare info --long
  3. Re: Sharing Ubuntu directory across to Windows on home network

    On the Win10 machine open explorer ( file manager ) and in the location bar enter:

    \\ed-Gazelle-00.local
    Or if you want to get direct access to the shared folder:
    ...
  4. [SOLVED] Re: Problem with Hostname.local to ip resolution

    sudo apt install avahi-daemon
    Do that on both servers.
  5. Re: Password protected folders on home file server

    It's not clear how you are set up but as an example let's say ....

    I have a directory at /Data and under that directory I have a subfolder for a given client user like Mindy.

    I would create a...
  6. Re: Now that MS Edge (stable) is available on Linux, will you use it?

    I'm not sure.

    I use MS Edge Dev - as my default browser in fact - but I am at a later build level:
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    There was a curious bug a few weeks ago that they fixed fairly quickly in the dev...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Synology NAS problem & question

    It's my understanding that Synology NAS is Apple friendly so you should be able to ping it with it's mDNS hostname in Linux:


    ping -c3 hostname.local

    EDIT: Most of the posts I see on this...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Synology NAS problem & question

    You could use the IPv6 address to access the server but if you want a more customary IPv4 address specify that in your ping on Windows:

    ping hostname -4
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    [SOLVED] Re: adding attachments

    Well that's better:
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    Maybe I've been here too long but I don't remember setting this to Enhanced ... I don't remember setting this at all. Anyhoo, setting it to Standard seems to fix things.
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    [SOLVED] Re: adding attachments

    There is one difference between my old post and this one and that is how the forum handled my attachment:

    In the old post it saved the one image link as: ...
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    [SOLVED] Re: adding attachments

    I often supply screenshots to help others since I'm not all that articulate. My posts are going to become comically large at this rate.

    Here's an example of another users post that shows how out...
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    [SOLVED] Re: adding attachments

    How about some more confusion .........

    If I go to a much earlier post of mine where I attached a screenshot it looks exactly like yours:...
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    [SOLVED] Re: adding attachments

    It does the same with Firefox, Chromium, and Microsoft Edge.

    I tested it with each one before I posted just in case it was browser dependent.
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    [SOLVED] Re: adding attachments

    I created a snapshot of a small element on my desktop, did what I always do which is what 3nd did on his video and this is the result:
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    [server] Re: Samba configuration help

    I'm done here.

    Bone for tuna.
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    [server] Re: Samba configuration help

    The [homes] section of smb.conf is a special share in that it will create a samba share of a user's home directory on the fly for every local user on your Linux server. You will note that the [homes]...
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    [server] Re: Samba configuration help

    Your calculation is correct but you are using the wrong base. 1+1 should equal 1.

    A new file will come to samba with permissions of 777. Three other parameters are in play here ( map archive , map...
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    [server] Re: Samba configuration help

    May I ask what resulting permissions you do get?

    And may I also ask why you want new files to be executable?

    As a side note: I changed my create mask value on your other question (...
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    Re: Samba shared folder help

    See how far this example gets you:


    sudo mkdir /srv/Shared
    sudo chown root:plugdev /srv/Shared
    sudo chmod 3775 /srv/Shared


    [Shared]
    create mask = 0644
  20. Re: Samba only works if share name is different to folder name

    Samba creates usershares definitions by creating a file with the name of the share in /var/lib/samba/usershares . You can just delete the files.

    Rerun "net usershare info --long" again to confirm...
  21. Re: Samba only works if share name is different to folder name

    To be honest at first read I suspected some kind of high altitude sickness or possible illegal drug use as the cause since every single one of my shares have labels that match the name of the...
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    Re: Unable to access mounted NAS

    If the ultimate goal is to create an fstab declaration the best approach is the credentials file that TheFu suggested. In fstab all these special characters would have to be converted so the system...
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    Re: Unable to access mounted NAS

    This would be a lot easier if I had your NAS since I've never seen your combination of error messages before.

    All the usual suspects would result in a different error message:

    I would just go...
  24. [ubuntu] Re: Mounting NFS server with "Files" application (getting "mount point does not exist

    Because the two subsystems were developed without anyone talking to each other. It's a Linux Desktop thing.

    I can create an avahi service file on my server that looks like this:

    I can see it...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: Mounting NFS server with "Files" application (getting "mount point does not exist

    For everything else ( afp, sftp, smb, etc... ) the gvfs backend creates the mount point automatically and doesn't require user intervention.

    So if I access my SMB server with a...
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