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  1. [ubuntu] Re: Shared Folder - Unhandled eror message:

    Samba communicates through a series of dialects. According to the TrueNAS documentation: https://www.truenas.com/docs/hub/sharing/smb/smb1/


    The samba client in Ubuntu 16.04 had the maximum smb...
  2. Re: Locked-Down SFTP access to mounted WinServer sub-folder

    I'm not exactly sure what would happen if you used bindfs to remount a cifs mount. I've never done it personally ... I don't think I've ever seen it done .. I'm not sure why you would ever need to do...
  3. Re: Locked-Down SFTP access to mounted WinServer sub-folder

    Gosh you're making this hard. Um ... haven't used Webmin for years.

    I'm guessing if you have this mount at boot it should be in /etc/fstab.
  4. Re: Locked-Down SFTP access to mounted WinServer sub-folder

    Why not post the cifs mount expression you are using. CIFS from the client perspective is a virtual filesystem and has ownership and permissions that you can set in the mount statement.
  5. [ubuntu] Re: failed to create a url link on the desktop

    Change this:

    To this:


    Change firefox to your default browser.

    Save the file then right click the icon on the desktop and select Allow Launching:
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    [ubuntu] Re: Printer of the (LAN?) neighborhood

    The only thing I can think of that does what you describe is cups-browsed AND since you have no local networked printers of your own I would "mask" the process so that it doesn't run:

    sudo...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Samba homes double entry

    You are seeing the "double" entry because of the way you set up the special [homes] share and the way you are accessing it with smbclient.

    [homes] as designed was not meant to be "browseable". It...
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    Re: NAS Desktop Shortcut

    Does this fulfill your use case:

    Right click the desktop and select: Create Launcher

    Then fill in the blanks. For example I will create one for a subfolder ( Documents ) of a share ( Public )...
  9. [xubuntu] Re: Shared files all seen as folders on client machine

    I can't help you. Good luck with NFS.
  10. [xubuntu] Re: Shared files all seen as folders on client machine

    You have a lot of issues with the way you are set up. There are a lot of things to get fixed but for the sake of this exercise:

    On the CLIENT
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    [1] Create a mount point under /media:
    ...
  11. [xubuntu] Re: Shared files all seen as folders on client machine

    If you go to the machine with the shares and post the output of the following commands I can tailor make a set of instructions:

    testparm -s

    net usershare info --long

    hostname
  12. [xubuntu] Re: Shared files all seen as folders on client machine

    I have seen reports on this before but I have yet to experience it myself:

    https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/samba/+bug/1872476...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Unable to open NAS folders on LG-NAS

    As suggested above you will in fact get that error message if the server ( NAS in this case ) can only be accessed using the SMB1 dialect of samba.

    You pretty much have two options:

    [1]...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Ubuntu share strange on Windows

    In order for any user to get to a folder - either locally or across the network - it has to go through the path to that folder. /media/nas blocks everyone from getting to the Movies and Seeder...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Ubuntu share strange on Windows

    What would help is for you to post the output of the following commands:

    testparm -s

    net usershare info --long
  16. [SOLVED] Re: Volume is set noauto in fstab but still mounting on boot

    I tried to recreate your symptom and I cannot but ...................

    A couple of things to double check perhaps:

    Run this command to make sure that the systemd fstab generator really lists...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Mix rights with Samba

    Is there an objection to creating 4 separate shares instead of one?

    You could create a "Master" share for User1 that allows access to the whole tree:

    [FolderRoot]
    path = /FolderRoot
    read only...
  18. Thread: Open the NAS

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    [SOLVED] Re: Open the NAS

    If you are doing a cifs mount you have the same problem but the rules change because CIFS is Linux kernel based and does not look at smb.conf. THe equivalent to the changes in smb.conf in a cifs...
  19. Thread: Open the NAS

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    [SOLVED] Re: Open the NAS

    Your NAS can only speak the smb1 dialect of samba. The version of samba in 20.04 disables it.

    You can re-enable it if you want.

    Edit /etc/samba/smb.conf and right under the workgroup =...
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    Re: ubuntu changes folder owner right

    The little corner of the asylum that I'm responsible for is mostly MacOS and Linux with a couple of Win10 boxes for extra spice.

    Windows uses SMB. MacOS has used their own home grown version of...
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    [xubuntu] Re: What happened to GRUB ?

    It appears they have given up trying to fix this for 20.10: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+bug/1893964

    The last post - at this moment:


    The "HH" reference is to the next...
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    Re: ubuntu changes folder owner right

    My suggestion is to edit the title of your original post and add "NFS" so the people who know it can answer it.

    The last time I used NFS Eisenhower was still a cadet at West Point. I'm guessing...
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    Re: ubuntu changes folder owner right

    I truly do not understand your post.

    You say you no longer use CIFS but your mount in fstab is using CIFS.

    In any event that line in fstab will mount with owner = whoever uid=1000 is and I'm...
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    Re: ubuntu changes folder owner right

    A mount always replaces the permissions of the mount point with whatever the permissions are on the thing being mounted.

    If it was an ext4 partition for example whatever the permissions are on the...
  25. Re: Automatically change ownership to plex:plex when copying to Plex folder?

    Just out of curiosity is this not a viable alternative: https://forums.plex.tv/t/proper-way-to-run-plex-as-another-user-with-systemd-ubuntu-server-16-04-lts/158853/2

    ... replace the user plex runs...
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